HONOLULU (AP) — Adrian Peterson signed and tossed miniature footballs into the Aloha Stadium stands, then chatted up Hall of Famers Eric Dickerson and Marcus Allen. Arian Foster played Peyton Manning's bodyguard for stadium cameras and told fans he recently walked on hot lava.
The Pro Bowl players practiced a little, too, on a sunny Saturday in Honolulu one day before an all-star game that will likely be used to determine its own future.
Minnesota tight end Kyle Rudolph says the main purpose of the Pro Bowl is to enjoy it.
Houston tight end Owen Daniels says fans won't see many big hits or any dirty play.
But Chicago cornerback Charles Tillman says he doesn't want this year's Pro Bowl players to be known as the group who led to the game's cancellation.
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