Peterson, who was the NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 2012 after rushing for more than 2,000 yards, was banned from the league in November following his Texas conviction in an abuse case involving his 4-year-old son…

Peterson, who was accused of striking his son with a switch, has said he’s regretful and took full responsibility for the incident. He pleaded no contest to reckless assault, for which he was fined $4,000 by a Texas court and ordered to perform 80 hours of community service. Peterson said he never intended to hurt his son and that he’d been disciplined in the same way while growing up in east Texas…

Well, if your parents beat you, I guess it’s okay for you to beat your son.  I mean, since he’s your flesh and blood, it’s not assault, right?  And just because you lost your temper that time, it doesn’t mean you’ll lose it again, right?  Community service will fix your anger management problem, right?

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