Adrian Peterson appears to be headed back to the open market.
With Johnson expected to be back healthy for next season and Peterson due a roster bonus later this week, the Cardinals are expected to cut ties with the former star, according to ESPN.com's Adam Schefter.
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Peterson signed with the Saints last off-season after spending his first 10 National Football League seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.
Peterson, acquired from the New Orleans Saints last season, made six starts with the Cardinals last season, racking up a pair of 100-yard games before landing on injured reserve with a neck injury. Peterson suffered a neck injury during the 12th week, ending his season.
S.Korean envoys to brief Japan, China, Russia
Chung is visiting China to discuss his recent visit to North Korea, at which the two Koreas agreed to hold a summit next month. The South Korean government offered up another idea for where the USA and North Korea could hold talks this spring.
Before joining the Cardinals, Peterson played four games with the Saints. In those six games, Peterson had 448 rushing yards with no touchdowns.
A seven-time Pro Bowl selection, he was the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2007 and won the MVP award in 2012 when he rushed for a single-season career-best 2,097 yards.
Amazon has brought Alexa calls and messaging to tablets
Select the device in question, then scroll down and toggle the Follow-up Mode slider into the on position (it's off by default). Obviously you can't make a video call to a regular Echo, but that should be obvious seeing as how it doesn't have a camera.