In the latest of Adrian Peterson news, the Minnesota Vikings have decided to deactivate him indefinitely by deciding to add him to the Exempt/Commissioner’s Permission list.

What this means is that Peterson won’t be able to engage in any kind of Vikings-related activities until his legal matters are over, according to Sports Illustrated.

Peterson was just recently indicted for allegedly abusing his four-year-old son back in May. The Vikings also released the following statement:

This has been an ongoing and deliberate process since last Friday’s news. In conversations with the NFL over the last two days, the Vikings advised the League of the team’s decision to revisit the situation regarding Adrian Peterson… After giving the situation additional thought, we have decided this is the appropriate course of action for the organization and for Adrian.

We are always focused on trying to make the right decision as an organization. We embrace our role – and the responsibilities that go with it – as a leader in the community, as a business partner and as an organization that can build bridges with our fans and positively impact this great region. We appreciate and value the input we have received from our fans, our partners and the community.

The NFL has been busy these past couple of weeks with player conduct scandals. The latest being Adrian Peterson’s alleged child abuse reports. Peterson was deactivated for this past Sunday’s game with the Vikings and has now been reinstated as of Monday morning. He released a statement on Twitter.

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