Adrian Peterson's future is currently up in the air after his recent court hearings and suspension from the NFL, but we might have just got an inclination of where he'll be next season.
Peterson has been vocally unhappy with the way that the Minnesota Vikings treated him after his controversy broke last season. This has spurred all sorts of trade talks, which still probably hasn't even reached it's fever pitch.
But according to Bleacher Report, Peterson has apparently made it known that he wants to play for the Dallas Cowboys next season.
The video report states that Peterson has made it known that he wants to be traded, but the Vikings have absolutely no interest in giving in to the star running back's demands.
Peterson is still under his suspension however so technically the Vikings cannot engage in dialogue with Peterson until his suspension is lifted.
Uneasy with Vikings
Peterson told ESPN on Thursday that he is "still uneasy" about returning to Minnesota, where he has played his entire career.
The 29-year old said he felt abandoned by the franchise during his legal issues, for which the NFL placed him on the commissioner's exempt list last September, causing him to miss the rest of the 2014 season. Peterson called the Vikings' role in that decision an "ambush."
"There were people (in the organization) that I trusted, who knew exactly what was said, that weren't heard from," Peterson said on ESPN. "It's hard to say (what my future will be).
"I'm still uneasy, to be honest with you," he added. "I'm still uneasy about a lot of things that took place within the organization.
We'll have to wait and see what happens between Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings, but this is just the start of what will be one of the long running sagas of the NFL off-season.