- Adrian Peterson is in Las Vegas before the Super Bowl between Chiefs and 49ers
- The former Vikings star was spotted after an apparent night of partying.
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Former NFL MVP Adrian Peterson was caught on video looking worse for wear Friday night after a night of partying in Las Vegas.
Peterson, 38, is in Sin City for Super Bowl week and ended up at the Wynn Las Vegas after an apparent night of drinking.
And the former Vikings star was seen stumbling through the lobby before finally being hauled into a cab.
At one point, Peterson dropped his phone on the floor and could be heard chatting with hotel staff while trying to plan his way home.
The employees then stopped a car and he shook hands with one of them as he drove away from the hotel.
Adrian Peterson was seen stumbling around the Wynn Las Vegas on Friday night.
Peterson at one point dropped his phone to the ground before quickly grabbing it.
The former Vikings star chatted with an employee while trying to plan his way home.
Peterson wasn’t bothering anyone but he certainly appeared to be intoxicated.
Peterson shook the hand of a hotel employee as he was led to a taxi to return home.
Peterson, dressed in a gray suit and black shoes, caused no real commotion despite his apparent intoxication.
The running back has not played since the 2021 season, when he suited up for both the Seahawks and Titans.
However, he has not yet officially announced his retirement.
“Mentally, I haven’t officially hung up on him,” Peterson told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in May.
‘We’ll see what happens. My way of thinking is, God willing, maybe an opportunity will present itself and maybe it will happen in this season… But nothing happens in this season. I will surely hang it up.”
The 38-year-old man walked in the opposite direction as he was led to a taxi.
Peterson is in Las Vegas before the Super Bowl between the Chiefs and the 49ers
Peterson is seen warming up before a 2021 Seahawks game at Lumen Field
Peterson, who won the MVP award in 2012 and led the league in rushing yards three times, has had a checkered legal history off the field.
In 2014, he was charged with a felony for using a switch to discipline his four-year-old son.
Peterson avoided jail time, but was given two years of probation, a $4,000 fine and 80 hours of community service.
He was also arrested in 2022 on suspicion of domestic violence following an argument between him and his wife Ashley on a flight.
Ashley did not press charges and later defended her husband, although Peterson agreed to receive domestic violence counseling afterward.