First Adrian Peterson arrest video shows nothing useful

Adrian Peterson, works out for trainer Eric Sugarman during the first day of minicamp, Tuesday, June 19, 2012 (Credit: AP Photo/Jim Mone)

As mentioned Saturday, multiple persons witnessed the events culminating with the arrest of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. Of those multiple persons, a number of them also recorded the incident with their phones.

One of those videos has surfaced already on

The video shows a tiny glimpse of Peterson as he is being walked out of the Houston nightclub where the resisting-arrest-arrest occurred.  It contains none of the video or audio preceding the application of handcuffs to Peterson.

The best view of the incident is surely to come from the surveillance video from the nightclub. According to sources plenty of people pulled out their camera phones when the incident started. The key will be to find the right people who have better video and perhaps clearer audio. Hopefully, the videos will help to show how involved Peterson was with the police before his arrest.

Check out the video below:

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