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Adrian Peterson is re-energized by Bill Callahan's run-first plan for Redskins; Washington's interim head coach is hoping to improve the team's time of possession and cut down on third-and-long situations.

Oct 10, 2019 - Washington Post Blogs
Board and Executive Moves

The expression that flashed across Adrian Peterson's face - a furrowed brow, narrowed eyes and a smirk - gave away his answer to a question that he seemed to consider obvious. Yes, he is a man re-energized.

Peterson's role this season has been a bit perplexing. The future Hall of Fame running back was a healthy scratch in the season opener at Philadelphia, when Coach Jay Gruden prioritized an extra special teams player over Peterson. After Derrius Guice had surgery to repair a torn meniscu...