NEW YORK — Adrian Peterson will meet with the NFL on Monday about possible reinstatement with the Minnesota Vikings.

A person with knowledge of the hearing told The Associated Press on Thursday that the hearing will begin at 2 p.m. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the hearing has not been announced.

Peterson has been on the commissioner’s exempt list since Sept. 18 because of his indictment on a felony child abuse charge in Texas. The running back pleaded no contest last week to a lesser charge of misdemeanor reckless assault, freeing him from the court system provided he fulfills his probation terms.

Also last week, the NFL players’ union demanded in a letter to the league that Peterson be allowed to rejoin the Vikings immediately until any discipline has been determined. But the NFL began a review of his case under the personal conduct policy, and said Peterson would remain on paid leave until the process is completed.

It also requested that Peterson submit relevant information regarding his case and meet with designated experts who will make recommendations for discipline to Commissioner Roger Goodell.

Goodell announced in August a stiffer penalty for players involved with domestic violence in the wake of the Ray Rice case after Goodell originally suspended Rice for two games, then admitted the punishment was too lenient.

The guideline now calls for a six-game suspension for a first offense, though the injuries Peterson acknowledged causing his 4-year-old son occurred in May. Peterson has said he didn’t mean harm in hitting the boy with a wooden switch, and that he was applying the same kind of corporal punishment he received as a child.