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Adrian Peterson’s cute son isn’t the only adorable NFL child at training camp this year (Gallery)

Kevin Kaduk
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The pictures of Adrian Peterson interacting with his young son Adrian Jr. at training camp this week took the sports blogosphere by storm — and for good reason. The offspring of the Minnesota Vikings superstar is just too cute for words, especially when he's wearing his dad's huge helmet or leaning in for a kiss before daddy goes off to work.

But l'il Adrian Jr. isn't the only adorable child taking reps with dear old dad at this summer's NFL training camps. Check out the precious gallery we've assembled below:

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