The only NFL team where you get to play with real-world products is the Dallas Cowboys, and that includes the team’s kitchen vinyl floor.
Article continues belowAdrian Peterson, the Dallas quarterback who went on to win the NFL’s MVP award in 2012, told the NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi on Thursday that he’s always been a fan of the league’s kitchen products.
Peterson, who has won the most MVP awards ever, is a big fan of kitchen products and is known for his passion for cooking.
Peterson said he’s excited about the new season and the chance to start cooking with his teammates.
“I think it’s an opportunity for us to show the guys that we’re a team, we’re not just here for the football team.
I love the game of football,” Peterson said.
“So I’m looking forward to it.”
Peterson also discussed his time as a rookie with the Dallas franchise.
Peterson said he didn’t think much about the team until he saw the new uniforms.
Petersons jersey was the first one he saw for the first time.
He said the new uniform is a nice change of pace from the old uniforms.
“The new uniform, the new look, I think it was a little bit different than what we had been doing before, but I like it,” Peterson told Lombardi.
“I love the uniforms.”
Lombardi also asked Peterson about his thoughts on his former team.
Petersen said he never felt like it was the same after leaving Dallas.
“You don’t feel like you’re leaving a franchise.
It feels like it’s like it never happened,” Peterson explained.
“It never felt that way.”