May 24, 2020

Meet NFL Player Adrian Peterson's Family Who He Loves to the Moon and Back

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Adrian Peterson is an accomplished NFL star and a family man to his wife and children. Here’s a look at his “entire world.”

Adrian Peterson often posts about his career as a football player on Instagram, if not about his loving family.


In a post with his wife and kids, the NFL player referred to his family as his “entire world.” He added in the caption:

“Keep your family close and always remind them on how much you love them!!!”


The athlete-turned-activist headed to New York during the Super Bowl LIV to donate food and clothing to those who needed them.

Peterson is married to Ashley Brown and has two sons with her, who regularly appear on the athlete and his wife’s social media accounts, often cheering for their father in his games.

The NFL star married Brown in July 2014, after dating for years during his time at the University of Oklahoma.



However, the athlete also shares several children with other women. According to reports, he has about seven to eight offsprings with the eldest child named Adjea, whose mother is not known to the public.

In 2013, one of Peterson’s kids, Tyrese Robert Ruffin, two, passed away from injuries without his knowing. The football player was unaware he fathered a child until the incident took place.


The following year, Peterson made headlines after being accused of assaulting his son, which he pleaded no contest to.

The case brought Peterson to a suspension from the NFL until April 2015 and damaged his relationship with his son only for a while. 


Although Peterson may have had family issues in the past, he now remains focused on his wife, kids, and career. However, everything is first put at a pause as the world deals with the coronavirus pandemic.


Amid the ongoing world crisis, former NFL player Colin Kaepernick took an initiative to help those affected by the virus.

Colin Kaepernick looks on during his NFL workout held at Charles R Drew high school on November 16, 2019 in Riverdale, Georgia. | Source: Getty Images


The athlete-turned-activist headed to New York during the Super Bowl LIV to donate food and clothing to those who needed them.

While he was doing philanthropic work in New York, his former NFL team, the San Francisco 49ers, were out on the field battling the Kansas City Chiefs.

The 32-year-old has not played for any FML team in years and was allegedly blacklisted by the NFL. However, he remains happy in his recent generous activities.


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