Peterson DVD another sign of success

Adrian Peterson's successes keep coming, this time with a feature DVD on him put together by NFL Films.

Everyone is looking to capitalize on the star power of Adrian Peterson. In just his third year in the league, A.D. has been one of the most sought after endorsement icons in the league. But on Tuesday, his young career will be chronicled in a DVD put out by NFL Films.

"All Day With Adrian Peterson" will be released Tuesday and the documentary will look at Peterson's life, focusing on his first two seasons in the NFL. While there are still many chapters yet to be written, it's the NFL's way of anointing A.D. as the top running back in the NFL.

The DVD will be available at most of the box stores and wherever DVDs are sold.


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