Chicago Bears interested in Adrian Peterson: report

By – The Washington Times – Monday, March 11, 2019

The Washington Redskins have said they would like to re-sign . Likewise, has said he would like to stay in . 

But a deal hasn’t happened as the ’s negotiating window is set to open Monday at noon — paving the way for another team to possibly land . 

That team, the Network reported, could be the . 

is coming off his best season in years. After signing a one-year, $1 million deal in August, captured the starting job and went on to rush for 1,042 yards. He also emerged as a team leader following Alex Smith’s injury in November.

The Redskins and have had discussions about a new deal, though they haven’t been able to come to an agreement. will turn 34 later this month and if he re-signs with , he’ll likely have a different role in 2019 with Derrius Guice set to return from a torn ACL. 

“Yeah, I would definitely love to come back here and finish off on a better note,”  said in December. “I feel like we have a great group of guys here, all the adversity we faced here and how guys continued to come to work and really stay focused. It shows a lot about this team, this locker room, the coaches surrounding us as well, so that’s something I would love to be a part of.”

If joins the , he would complement Tarik Cohen, who is more of a receiving back. 

With the ’s negotiation window opening Monday, teams will be allowed to talk to unrestricted free agents around the league. 

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