10:23 PM EDT, Fri May 29, 2015
Minnesota Vikings Rumors & News
Daily Norseman 12 hours ago
Adrian Peterson forced James into doing a podcast episode or something, so here you are (plus a mailbag that covers basics of the Zimmer defense, as well as the guard battle). More Adrian Peterson talk, but also we talk about other things. We promise. *****Download Link Here***** Episode Notes: Oh, hey it's the Contract With America The NCAA gives you your odds of playing in the NFL if you play in high school, sort of. It's 0.08 percent... but actually less given that they are using total participation and not new blood blood versus turnover. Great story from Matt Vensel (not Ben...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 4 hours ago
The current Winter Park site in Eden Prairie is short on office space, playing fields.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 5 hours ago
Brett Favre was back at Winter Park on Friday.
Vikings Now | St. Paul Pioneer Press 6 hours ago
By Chris Tomasson firstname.lastname@example.org Brett Favre was back at Winter Park on Friday. The legendary quarterback was in the Twin Cities to see some friends. He also found time to stop by the practice facility where he spent the 2009 and 2010 seasons for the Vikings. The team’s first session of organized team activities ran Tuesday through Thursday and players weren’t required to be on hand Friday. But there were some there lifting weights who got to see Favre. “Man I just got to meet Brett Farve!!,’’ tweeted wide receiver Charles Johnson, misspelling his last name. “The...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 7 hours ago
As if the Vikings weren’t already generating enough storylines this week, Brett Favre was back in the building at Winter Park earlier today. Favre?!? At Winter Park?!? #FAVREWATCH is back on in 2015!!! No, not exactly. I’m told the former Vikings, Jets and Packers quarterback is in the Twin Cities to visit with some old friends. While in town, he stopped by Winter Park to chat with old teammates and buddies in the building. Favre’s presence got some of the team’s young players pretty excited. Man I just got to meet Brett Farve!! The legend.. I started sweating and everything! One of...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 10 hours ago
Part 1: Trae Waynes Part 2: Eric Kendricks Part 3: Danielle Hunter You could make a case the Vikings drafted three players in this draft with first round talent — cornerback Trae Waynes in the first, linebacker Eric Kendricks in the second and offensive lineman T.J. Clemmings in the fourth round. Clemmings was a borderline first round talent, but he slid due to medical concerns of a stress fracture in his foot. The Vikings weren’t worried about the injury and opted to draft him with the 110th overall pick. The injury concern is noteworthy, but we’ll put that off to the side for just a...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 11 hours ago
Fair or not, the knock on Mike Wallace as an NFL receiver is that he has been a one-trick pony. Few, if any, wideouts can sprint down the sideline faster than Wallace, whose elite speed has defensive backs perpetually on their heels. So if this pony really only has one trick, it’s a useful one to have. Unfortunately for Wallace, his big-play ability down the field was wasted in Miami, whether it was due to the offensive schemes or quarterback Ryan Tannehill’s inability to consistently throw deep. After averaging 17.2 yards per catch in Pittsburgh, Wallace averaged 12.8 in his two seasons...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 23 hours ago
Non-guaranteed contracts draw ire of Vikings star.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune May 28, 2015
The governor says the facility is on budget and should continue to attract major events.
Maybe he became frustrated while trying to get the camel dribble off of his Aladdin costume. Or perhaps agent Ben Dogra didn't show up with the afternoon Skittles. For whatever reason, Adrian Peterson went on a Twitter rampage Thursday.
In the wake of an epic Twitter rant from Adrian Peterson Thursday afternoon, sources close to the situation insisted the running back was not taking shots at the Vikings or his contract with the team.
Vikings Now | St. Paul Pioneer Press May 28, 2015
By Chris Tomasson email@example.com Disgruntled Vikings running back Adrian Peterson apparently claimed in a tweet Thursday that the team at some point has asked him to take a pay cut. Peterson, who missed 15 games last season because of a child abuse incident, has $44.25 million left on his contract, including $12.75 million for 2015, but none of it is guaranteed. A day after sending a statement to ESPN about not wanting a trade but wanting his contract reworked, Peterson went on a Twitter rant. “Ok great two sided!,’’ Peterson wrote in one tweet. “Well why when one party...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune May 28, 2015
It was a quiet afternoon on Twitter, so Adrian Peterson, concerned about whether the Vikings will continue to honor his contract after the 2015 season, decided to rant about his contract and how players are at the mercy of NFL teams once they have received all of their guaranteed money. Here is the full string of tweets that Peterson fired off this afternoon: I love people who think they know it all! Smh, Research how many NFL teams hasn’t honored a player’s contract & learn something. — Adrian Peterson (@AdrianPeterson) May 28, 2015 Question for the people, is a contract two sided or...
A broadcast of Wednesday's Red Sox-Twins game included footage of a spectacular stadium demolition that never took place.
The weather will turn cold in November and December, and Mike Priefer will enjoy it.
Vikings Player News
Vikings: Rookie cornerback Trae Waynes makes a good first impression
Vikings rookie evaluations: OT T.J. Clemmings
Vikings rookie evaluations: DE Danielle Hunter
Vikings' Matt Kalil: 'I feel healthy' after offseason surgery