NFL Huddle: Adrian Peterson is No. 1, Mario Williams in the spotlight and more

Andy Lyons

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson was ranked No. 1 in the NFL's top 100 list, Mario Williams is drawing attention to himself with his Instagram account and lots more from SB Nation's NFL blogs on Friday.

Adrian Peterson lands at No. 1 on the NFL top 100 list. He is followed by Peyton Manning. See the rest of the top ten here.

Sadly, Josh Brent is back in jail. Blogging The Boys takes stock of the situation.

Mario Williams has pictures of himself with a gun and poking fun at Aaron Hernandez. The reaction in Buffalo is not all that positive. Buffalo Rumblings writes: "July 28 cannot get here soon enough." That would be the start of training camp.

Aaron Rodgers wrote a letter to himself when he was 17 years old. Check it out here.

Tiki Barber is a fan of David Wilson. "He is as dynamic a player at that position that the Giants have ever had."

In light of the Aaron Hernandez case, Field Gulls writes that NFL players are people, too.

Roger Goodell says Hard Knocks should be "shared obligation" among all NFL teams. Bleeding Green Nation responds: "Thing is, it doesn't seem like it's a lack of opportunity that's kept the cameras out of team's locker rooms. Every year we hear that a lot of teams just don't want them there."

Did the Raiders improve at quarterback in the last year? Silver and Black Pride says no. Not yet at least. The same question was posed at Gang Green Nation, our Jets blog. See what they said about their offense from 2012 to 2013.

Adam Jones says he is a changed man. He spoke about his recent issue. Via Cincy Jungle, he said, "I've made a lot of changes. I don't go out to the places that I used to go out to. I don't hang with the people that I used to hang with."

The Browns have released rookie free agent Ausar Walcott after he was accused of attempted murder.

Denard Robinson's position is listed as OW for Offensive Weapon. Turf Show Times thinks Tavon Austin is worthy of that title, as well.

NC State prepared Mike Glennon for the NFL. NFL Films producer Greg Cosell says, "Their schemes are NFL schemes. They do a really good job preparing players."

The Redskins aren't getting much respect in season previews, according to Hogs Haven.

Do the Patriots continue two tight end sets? Or move to more three receiver sets? Pats Pulpit looks at the Patriots offense post-Hernandez.

Joe Philbin, Dolphins head coach, was on Herm Edwards list of up rising NFL coaching talent.

Is Ndamukong Suh the NFL's best trash-talker?

Project Ray Rice's rushing yards for the 2013 season. Not as easy as you'd think with Bernard Pierce getting carries, too.

How did you first become a fan? Titans edition.

Which free agents could the Falcons consider? The Falcoholic has the complete list.

Memories: Andre Johnson's overtime winner against the Jaguars last season. Texans fans at Battle Red Blog re-live the game.

People have opinions about Jay Cutler! Windy City Gridiron necessitates a thread dedicated to discussing Cutler.

The best edge rusher over the last five years came out of Pittsburgh. Behind The Steel Curtain takes a look.

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