Adrian Peterson isn't done yet.
Peterson's expected to earn $8 million across the two years of his deal, sources told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
The future Hall of Famer signed with Washington prior to the 2018 campaign following a number of injuries to the team's running backs. He then accumulated 1,042 rushing yards and eight touchdowns in his 12th NFL season.
Peterson, a four-time All-Pro selection, is expected to back up sophomore rusher Derrius Guice in 2019. Guice was drafted in the second round last year, but missed the entire campaign after tearing his ACL in the first preseason contest.