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Redskins’ Trent Williams Says Adrian Peterson ‘hasn’t slowed down a step’



With veteran running back, and future Hall of Famer, Adrian Peterson in town for a free agent visit, the Washington Redskins are hoping that Peterson can be the back that can handle lead back duties this offseason, and capture some of the form of his earlier days.

Redskins’ offensive linemen Trent Williams believes that Peterson has plenty of gas left in the tank, and hasn’t lost a step as he has aged and put more mileage on his body during his legendary NFL career.

“I don’t understand the stigma when people get 31, 32, 33 — they somehow just slow down?” Williams said, according to Matthew Paras of The Washington Times.

“You don’t. That’s a gifted athlete, you know? He has a gift. Did Darrell Green ever lose his speed? He didn’t. Some things are just always with you. It’s you, it’s your makeup, it’s your DNA. … So, no, he’s the same athlete that you’re used to seeing.

As far as Williams can see, Peterson is still the same dangerous threat he has always been.

“He hasn’t slowed down a step.”

If all goes well during his visit in Washington, Peterson can prove it on the field for the Redskins this upcoming season.

Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys to Release Taco Charlton if No Trade is Made



Should the Dallas Cowboys fail to find a suitable deal for pass rusher Taco Charlton, they plan to release him, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport and Jane Slater.

Charlton, a former first round draft pick, has been a major disappointment during his short career, and with the return of defensive end Robert Quinn from a two-game ban, there is no more room for Charlton on the roster.

Charlton, 24, has battled injuries during his career, and has been hit with the injury bug this past offseason.

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New Orleans Saints

Saints Not Placing Drew Brees on IR



The New Orleans Saints are not planning to place franchise quarterback Drew Brees on injured reserve, meaning Brees could be eligible to return sooner than eight weeks.

Had the Saints opted to place Brees on the IR, he would have been shelved for at least 8 weeks.

The Saints could see Brees return following their bye week, and will now turn to Teddy Bridgewater as their signal caller until he does return.

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Jets Sign David Fales



David Fales

The New York Jets have signed veteran quarterback David Fales, who is very familiar with head coach Adam Gase, according to the New York Daily News’ Manish Mehta.

Fales will now backup Luke Falk, who takes over as the starter until Sam Darnold is healthy enough to return.

Fales spent time with Gase while both were with the Miami Dolphins, and while the two were together with the Chicago Bears.

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