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Chip Scoggins: Doubting him provides fuel for Adrian Peterson's fire

Adrian Peterson took a handoff flowing to his left. Spotting a crease up the middle, he burst through his opening and jogged 15 yards alone before returning to the huddle. It was one of Peterson's first carries in the first team drill of the first practice of training camp Sunday. He wore shorts, no full pads and wasn't allowed to be tackled. That run meant nothing. And yet the moment felt strangely familiar, something he's done countless times in his career. It represented a return to normalcy. Peterson is officially back, happy and healthy after a long, painful ordeal, and now any conversation about him revolves mostly around football. Thus, the key question has...

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