Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson doesn’t know how he feels about a return to the team that drafted him. In an interview with ESPN, Peterson said he was “still uneasy” about going back to the Vikings after his 2014 suspension, especially considering his feeling that the organization stood idly when it had the power to stick up for him.

“There were people (in the organization) that Mike Morgan Authentic Womens Jersey I trusted, who knew exactly what was said, that weren’t heard from.” in the decision-making process. “They weren’t able to do anything about it,” he said via Vikings reporter Bob Goessling.

After the Vikings worked jointly with the NFL to put him on the commissioner’s exempt list stemming from a Nov. 4 no contest plea to charges of reckless injury to his 4-year-old son, Peterson said he felt “ambushed” after the decision to suspend him for all but one game in the 2014 season. The former All-Pro finished with just 21 carries and one start while watching his team struggle and miss the playoffs with a 6-9 record.

But it was something that came up later in the press conference that raised an eyebrow. Someone asked Baalke about the team’s offensive struggles last season, and specifically about Greg Roman, the former offensive coordinator.

Flustered, Baalke went back to the line he’d been dropping all morning, the one about Nick Vannett Authentic Womens Jersey not wanting to look backward.

Dysfunctional leadership has been a theme for the 49ers since the beginning of the 2014 season when rumors of friction between former head coach Harbaugh and Baalke and team president Jed York first surfaced. Harbaugh was in the news last week too. In an interview with the San Jose Mercury News, Michigan’s new football coach said, “I didn’t leave the 49ers. The 49ers hierarchy left me.”

Reports last week said that the 49ers were set to hire Gase, but the two sides couldn’t come to terms on who would get the defensive coordinator job. A report from the San Jose Mercury News said that the deal fell apart when Gase rebuffed his would-be bosses’ suggestion to make Jim Tomsula defensive coordinator. Gase reportedly wanted to keep Vic Fangio or hire Bengals defensive backs coach Vance Joseph for the job.