The NFL Players Assn. announced Tuesday it has filed a motion to hold Commissioner
In February, U.S. District Court Judge David Doty ordered the NFL to change its decision to suspend Peterson indefinitely. The
"The Commissioner and NFL have deliberately ignored both the court's decision from 11 weeks ago and our repeated requests to comply with that order," NFLPA President
"The delay tactics, inconsistencies and arbitrary decision making of the league has continued to hurt the rights of players, the credibility of the league office and the integrity of the collective bargaining agreement. In the absence of any action by the NFL's governing board of owners, the players have acted to hold the NFL accountable to our players, the CBA and to the law."
The NFL reinstated Peterson on April 16. He was suspended indefinitely Nov. 18 after he pleaded no-contest to one count of misdemeanor reckless assault for allegedly hitting his 4-year-old son.