According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Vikings have said "publicly and privately" that Adrian Peterson "plays for them or no one."
Citing six "high-level NFL sources," Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports the Cowboys and Cardinals are not willing to pay the price the Vikings have demanded to trade Adrian Peterson.
ESPN Vikings reporter Ben Goessling doesn't believe Adrian Peterson's beef with the franchise concerns money.
Vikings GM Rick Spielman insists the team is "very excited" about Cordarrelle Patterson's future with the team.
The Falcons are not expected to pursue Adrian Peterson.
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune projects Audie Cole as the Vikings' starting middle linebacker.
Yahoo's Charles Robinson says the Cardinals, Bucs and Jaguars are left in the Adrian Peterson race.
Vikings second-year SLB Anthony Barr is working on his strength and tackling this offseason.
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said acquiring Adrian Peterson is "not any direction that we would go."
Speaking in a Tuesday radio interview, Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones said he didn't envision "using any (draft) picks to trade for veteran players."
PFT expects the Vikings to keep Adrian Peterson barring a "modern-day Herschel Walker-type package."
A source close to the situation told the St. Paul Pioneer Press that the Vikings will likely not trade Adrian Peterson if they can't find a taker before or during the draft.
Adrian Peterson is skipping this week's voluntary workouts.
According to ESPN's Adam Caplan, it would take "at least a first-round pick and more compensation" for the Vikings to consider trading Adrian Peterson.
The Oakland Tribune's Jerry McDonald doubts the Raiders would trade for Adrian Peterson.