NFL Network’s Adrian Peterson is a good player and one of the best backs in the NFL.
But he also has a reputation for getting into fights.
That reputation could be a problem for some teams.
We’ve put together a list of 10 teams with some of the most high-profile personalities on the NFL’s worst teams.
Buffalo Bills, Ryan Fitzpatrick Ryan Fitzpatrick is the head coach of the Buffalo Bills.
He was named their offensive coordinator in January.
He’s been a head coach since 2006.
Fitzpatrick is known for his defensive style, which includes a 4-3 front with two wide receivers and three tight ends.
But Fitzpatrick has also been known to get into trouble for his temper and for taking his job too seriously.
In 2015, he was suspended for six games for violating the league’s personal conduct policy, which prohibits players from using their position to gain personal advantage.
He also had two other domestic violence incidents involving female teammates.
Fitzpatrick also was arrested for an alleged assault of a female assistant coach, but no charges were ever filed.
New England Patriots, Jimmy Garoppolo Jimmy Garoffolo is a third-year quarterback who signed a three-year, $23 million deal with the New England Belichick’s in February.
Garoffolos reputation is well-known for his outspoken nature.
But it also has led to some controversies.
The Patriots had a quarterback who got into a fight with a former player who also was a former NFL player.
He pleaded guilty to assaulting that player and is currently serving a three to five year sentence for assaulting another former player.
Carolina Panthers, Greg Olsen Greg Olsen has been a starter for the Carolina Panthers for the last three seasons, but the team’s coaching staff has been vocal in his displeasure with Olsen.
Olsen was recently fined $1,250 after he was caught in a racial slur directed at former coach Ron Rivera.
Cincinnati Bengals, Mike Zimmer The Bengals have a reputation as one of football’s most difficult places to coach, especially in terms of their discipline.
That was true for the Bengals in 2017, when they had four suspensions for conduct detrimental to the team, including for coach Marvin Lewis, assistant general manager and head coach Mike Zimmer and offensive coordinator Greg Roman.
In the process, Zimmer and Lewis got their names in the news for their handling of the situation.
Chicago Bears, Kyle Fuller The Bears have had a reputation of not doing enough to keep offensive linemen on the field.
In 2018, Fuller was suspended three games for the team for using racial slurs against the offensive line during a game against the New York Jets.
Cleveland Browns, Greg Cosell The Cleveland Browns had two players suspended for the first two games of 2018 for violating team rules, and they were later reinstated.
Cosel, who also played for the Cleveland Browns from 2008-13, had his suspension reduced to one game.
Denver Broncos, John Fox The Broncos have an extensive history of discipline issues with their players.
That included three players being suspended in 2018 for using homophobic slurs toward each other, which also led to a third player getting suspended for using offensive language toward a fan after a preseason game against Arizona.
Detroit Lions, Todd Bowles The Detroit Lions have an incredible record of winning championships and have won three of the last four NFL titles.
But Bowles’ tenure in Detroit has been plagued by incidents of players being fined and suspended for behavior that is inconsistent with what they are expected to do on the job.
Green Bay Packers, Brett Hundley The Green Bay Vikings have had an illustrious history of winning Super Bowls, but their coaching staff recently had an incident that led to multiple suspensions for their players, including two players who were suspended for two games for throwing punches at a woman.
Houston Texans, John PaganoThe Texans have one of NFL’s most outspoken coaches, and Pagano was suspended four games for his actions on social media after an incident in which he yelled at a player during a practice.