Well, let's keep the Adrian Peterson stories rolling, shall we?
According to a report from Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports, Peterson's agent, Ben Dogra, was involved in a shouting match with a member of the Minnesota Vikings' front office at the NFL Scouting Combine.
According to the sources, Dogra engaged in a heated exchange with Vikings vice president of football operations Rob Brzezinski during which the agent made it clear that Peterson would never play there again. The incident took place during a time when outside parties were in the vicinity. Finally, former Tampa Bay general manager Mark Dominik intervened, separating the men and diffusing the escalating tension, sources said.
The Vikings did not respond to requests to comment for this report. Dogra did not respond to numerous messages. Dominik has not commented as well.
The confrontation apparently ended with Dogra saying that his client would "never play in Minnesota again."
Not to point out the obvious, but Dogra's client is under contract to the Minnesota Vikings for the next three years. And they played without him for 15 out of 16 games last season while paying him a full salary.
UPDATE: According to ESPN's Ben Goessling, Brzezinski is "not the only executive" that Dogra had a confrontation with in Indianapolis.
UPDATE: Per Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the confrontation between Dogra and Brzezinski took place in a restaurant in downtown Indianapolis on Friday.
But it's just another page in this entire saga. We'll have to see exactly where it leads to. Be sure to check out the whole story from LaCanfora at the link above.