EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- As Adrian Peterson returned to Minnesota last week in advance of the Vikings' voluntary minicamp, he had little doubt about the ways and the degree to which his role in the team's offense was about to change. Both new coach Mike Zimmer and offensive coordinator Norv Turner had talked about wanting to get Peterson more involved in the passing game. Turner's history -- 17 seasons of 40 catches or more by a running back on teams where he was either the head coach or offensive coordinator -- made that point even clearer.via ESPN.com - NFL Nation http://ift.tt/PUNocb

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