The Minnesota Vikings announced Monday that the linebacker would announce his retirement at a press conference on Tuesday. The news conference will take place at noon ET.

Greenway played his entire career in Minnesota, ranking fourth in franchise history with 1,334 tackles, according to the team. In 156 career games, the 34-year-old compiled 18 regular-season sacks, 32 passes broken up and 11 interceptions.

Peterson has pocketed close to $100 million over the past decade with the Minnesota Vikings. If he has reached a point in his career where chasing a championship is now a driving force, he could follow the well-worn path to New England, traveled in recent seasons by mercenary veterans such as and .

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The Raiders come as no surprise. Peterson wants to play for a Super Bowl hopeful, and the Raiders are an up-and-coming AFC contender. Oakland’s star-studded offensive line is an obvious selling point after the 31-year-old power back watched an overwhelmed Vikings frontline throughout last season.jersey

The running back position saw a massive re-emergence in the world of fantasy football last season, and a major part of it had to do with personnel changes around the league. The Dallas Cowboys picked in the first round of the NFL draft, DeMarco Murray thrived in his first season with the Tennessee Titans, Jordan Howard roared for the Chicago Bears as a rookie, and Melvin Gordon was a touchdown machine once the then-San Diego Chargers lost Danny Woodhead. With a number of big-name runners set to become free agents and a loaded rookie class about to be drafted, there promises to be lots of backfield movement once again ahead of the 2017 campaign.

These are just a few of the names on a long list of rookies who will be thrown at fantasy football enthusiasts over the next several weeks. You’re going to hear all kinds of analysis about these players too. This dude runs fast. That dude is strong. This dude is smart. That one, maybe not so much. Lots of fantasy folks are even doing their best Mike Mayock, Daniel Jeremiah or Bucky Brooks impressions and “watching tape” in an effort to offer opinions on how players will produce in the NFL.

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After being barred from the NFL Scouting Combine, this was a monumentally important day for Mixon. He responded with a 4.50 40-yard dash, a number that would have put him squarely between Dalvin Cook (4.49) and Leonard Fournette (4.51) at the combine. He also had a 35-inch vertical jump and a broad jump of 9 feet, 10 inches. “I thought all of his results lined up with my expectations,” said NFL.com analyst Lance Zierlein. “… This workout validates the athleticism we’ve seen on tape.” More important than his numbers, Mixon got a chance to speak with a lot of NFL clubs about a 2014 incident in which he punched a female student and was suspended for the season. He met with four — the Lions, Saints, Bengals and cheap jerseys Browns — on Tuesday, and reportedly was set to speak with 20 more. … WR Dede Westbrook ran a 4.34 and a 4.38 40-yard dash, per the school.

“It’s been a great 10 years with the Minnesota Vikings. They know what I bring to the organization as a player, with my work ethic and dedication. I spoke with Rick Spielman this past weekend. The door is still open to find some common ground. I understand addressing the offensive line is one of their main priorities this offseason. In the meantime, I will explore my other options and see what path God leads me on. My main goal remains the same: to win a Super Bowl championship with a great team, which I also believe we have in Minnesota.”

The Vikings hold an $18 million option on Peterson for 2017, including a $6 million roster bonus due March 11. That contract number is unwieldy for the cap-strapped Vikings to carry over. Either the team will decide to part ways with the running back or the sides must rework the deal to keep Peterson in the only jersey he’s worn for his 10-year pro career.

How much of a discount the 31-year-old tailback is willing to give Minnesota remains to be seen. Peterson is coming off an injury-ravaged season in which he compiled just 1.9 yards per carry on 37 totes.