Adrian Peterson remains an unsigned free agent. However, at least one team is reportedly interested in the seven-time Pro Bowler.
The Washington Redskins are reportedly hosting Peterson on a visit, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo and Ian Rapoport. The 33-year-old Peterson spent last season with the New Orleans Saints and Arizona Cardinals.
Washington does have a hole to fill at running back after the loss of rookie Derrius Guice. Guice, a second-round pick, was expected to be the team's starter this season.
However, he suffered a torn ACL in the preseason opener, and will miss the entire campaign.
Peterson rushed for only 529 yards on 156 carries last season. He has slowed down a lot since 2015, when he rushed for 1,485 yards and 11 touchdowns as a 30-year-old back.
Could Peterson be a fit in Washington? Well, Chris Thompson is a dynamic receiver and third-down back, but not a full-time guy. Rob Kelley is pedestrian, and Samaje Perine and Byron Marshall are banged up.
An experienced running back is definitely needed in D.C. Other names the team is considering include former New York Giant Orleans Darkwa and four-time Pro Bowler Jamaal Charles.
We'll see if Peterson can beat those guys out.
Update: Looks like Peterson's visit will be tomorrow, according to John Keim.