This is coming up at a random time for those of you that maybe don’t read the comments on VT regularly.  The rest of you, well, you know why I’m posting this now.

I ran across a 2007 interview with Adrian Peterson, which you can read here, and wanted to post this quote from Peterson after he was asked about his nickname:

“I’ve been hearing that since I was two. I ran around all the time. Never wanted to stop. Never wanted to sleep. I just kept going all day. My dad and mom gave me the nickname. When I started playing ball, my coaches said the same thing about how I played, that I could go all day.”

So, while fans of the other 31 NFL teams might be content to use the initials of any given player’s birth name in assigning nicknames (initials are initials, though, not nicknames) it is only fitting that a uniquely incredible player like Peterson be assigned something different… as a toddler… a long, long time ago.

It’s “All Day” or “A.D.” and that is that.

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  1. After watching the season finale of “The League” AD has an all new meaning… Anyone who hasn’t seen the league should start watching it because its awesome

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  2. Thank you Adam for clearing that up.
    Like I’ve said before, AD has even commented on his preference for AD, so that’s why I could never understand the widely used “AP”
    AD is it, for evermore!
    HA! Put that in your pipe and smoke it Skol!!!
    Sorry, couldn’t resist :)

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