Still going: Peterson's goal to be best RB ever
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By John KeimESPN Staff Writer

ASHBURN, Va. -- Washington Redskins running back Adrian Peterson heard the doubts about what he could still do at 33 years old. He has another message for any skeptics: He's not close to the end.

Peterson, who rushed for 96 yards in the Redskins' opening win over the Arizona Cardinals, said he is not ready to retire any time soon.

"Three to four more years would be ideal," Peterson said. "Not to say it hasn't been done before, but not at a high level. So of course I plan on playing three to four more years, and I plan on playing those years at a high level as well."

Adrian Peterson, in his first game with the Redskins, scored his 100th career rushing touchdown in the first half at Arizona on Sunday. Earlier in the first half, he surpassed Jim Brown for 10th on the all-time rushing list.

Returning from a broken leg suffered last November, Thompson had 128 yards and a TD in the Redskins' win over the Cardinals.

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