Adrian Peterson says he's "in no rush" to sign with a new team in free agency.
Peterson became an unrestricted free agent on March 9 after the Minnesota Vikings decided not to pick up their option, which would have paid him $18 million, including a $6 million roster bonus.
"Here is something straight from the horse's mouth ... finding the best fit & helping a team in a major way win a championship is my main objective! I'm in no rush," Peterson tweeted. "Let me eliminate questions or speculation as to why ... I believe whole heartedly my God will land me right where I need to be to accomplish what I've asked from him PERIOD."
Peterson is reportedly seeking more than $8 million in the first year.
"It's not all about the money as EVERYONE is speculating here lately," he tweeted. "You'd think these analysts spoke to me directly. When you don't know what's going on people will say anything to create or make a story! How prideful is it for me to put out ... I won't play for anything less than 8 million!"