After Wilf made that statement, his brother and co-owner Mark Wilf took questions from reporters, and he echoed his brother’s statements.
“Our focus is to get things right,” he said. “We support Adrian on the personal level. He has to get his personal life in order and get things right.”
The Vikings have been widely criticized for initially planning to play Peterson, who has admitted that he injured his son by beating him with a stick. But the Vikings say they take the welfare of children seriously.
“We have a longstanding record of being very supportive of children and youth and it’s something we take very seriously,” Mark Wilf said.