Two fans tailgate outside TCF Bank Stadium wearing Adrian Peterson jerseys. (Jeff Wheeler/AP/The Star Tribune,)

The Nike store in Minnesota’s Mall of America has pulled its Adrian Peterson merchandise from its shelves, Associated Press writer Jon Krawczynki reports.

A clerk at the Twin Cities-based store could not confirm the news, and instead referred reporters to Nike’s press hotline. The company has yet to respond.

Earlier, the Radisson hotel chain pulled its sponsorship from the Vikings organization, citing a conflict of ethical interest regarding the felony child abuse charge Peterson is facing. Peterson was indicted on Friday then benched over the weekend by the Vikings. However, the organization reinstated Peterson on Monday, underlining that the decision was in no way based on the team losing 7-30 to the New England Patriots on Sunday.

The controversy surrounding Peterson rose steadily on Tuesday, with Sen. Al Franken and Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton both calling on the Vikings to suspend the embattled running back.

Correction: This article was updated to correct a typo.