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New Bond Set in Death of Football Star’s Son

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota judge has increased bond from $750,000 to $1 million for the man accused of killing the 2-year-old son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, citing the serious nature of the charges.

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New Charges Filed in Adrian Peterson’s Sons Death

SIOUX FALLS, SD - A Lincoln County Grand Jury has indicted 27-year-old Joseph Patterson on new charges stemming from the death of two-year old Tyrese Ruffin.

The indictment includes one count of Second Degree Murder, two alternate counts of First Degree Manslaughter and Aggravated Battery

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Peterson Probable, Kalil Questionable For Vikings

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been listed as probable for Monday's night game against the New York Giants after missing some practice time this week because of tightness in his hamstring.

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Vikings Turn To Josh Freeman At QB

Your turn, Josh Freeman.

Freeman was named the latest starting quarterback for the scuffling Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday. Freeman's second week with the team will culminate on Monday night with him leading the offense against the New York Giants.

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Man Who Raised Adrian Peterson’s Son Speaks Out

Adrian Peterson's two-year old son Ty died in a Sioux Falls hospital last Friday, the victim of an assault. Now the man who was raising the boy has gone on his Facebook page to set the record straight.

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Should Adrian Peterson Have Played Following the Death of His Son? — Sports Survey of the Day

Adrian Peterson took the field for the Minnesota Vikings game against the Carolina Panthers this past weekend with a heavy heart, following the murder of his two year old son. But should he have played so soon after such a tragedy in his personal life?

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Panthers Breeze Past Peterson, Vikings 35-10

The Carolina Panthers were sympathetic to Adrian Peterson's grief. They weren't going to take it easy on him, though.

Cam Newton threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score, and the Panthers romped past the mourning running back and the Minnesota Vikings 35-10.

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Adrian Peterson Wants You to Stop Tweeting Pictures of His Son

Within minutes of the news that Adrian Peterson’s son was on life support after a savage beating, slimy Facebook pages and websites looking for a little publicity started using photos of Adrian’s other son, as if he was the child who died. Now Adrian’s asking it to end.

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Adrian Peterson’s Son Dies as a Result of Injuries Suffered During Assault

2 year old hospitalized in Sioux Falls. Man arrested in alleged assault.

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Photo of Adrian Peterson in Sioux Falls Thursday

Here's photographic evidence of Adrian Peterson in Sioux Falls yesterday and why he was in town.

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