Same, Everson. Same. .@stefondiggs's game-winning touchdown for the @Vikings had everyone reacting the same way as @EversonGriffen Watch more @NFLFilms highlights on #InsideTheNFL TONIGHT 9PM ET/PT on #Showtime. pic.twitter.com/y1ulUyNdTB...Show More Summary
From the “Minneapolis Miracle” radio call to athletes on Twitter to Vikings fans losing their minds and their shirts in their homes, the responses have been almost as entertaining as the game itself.
He was like all of us: Stunned.
You can’t blame him! Much like the rest of us, Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen needed needed a few minutes to even know how he felt about his team’s thrilling last-second divisional win over the Saints on Sunday. “I’m happy. I was sad. Show More Summary
Durable Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen: 'I take care of my body. I'm a dog. That's what dogs are supposed to do.'
The Vikings know what Cam Newton is capable of. They also know what he’s susceptible to. So as they plan for Sunday’s game against the former MVP, they’re going to rely on a simple, yet elegant plan. “Well, you just hit him,” Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen said, via John Shipley of the St. Paul [more]
Minnesota defensive end Everson Griffen's wife gave birth to a son during warm-ups before the Vikings game against Detroit on Thanksgiving.
The third son of Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen wasn’t due to arrive until December 16. But a routine visit to the doctor on Wednesday revealed that it was time for the baby to be born. Griffen, calling from the hospital on Friday morning, explained during a visit to PFT Live that he tried to [more]
Everson Griffen had plenty to be thankful for on Thanksgiving Day: a Vikings win, two sacks and the birth of his son.
Getting a pair of sacks and beating the Lions wasn’t nearly the most exciting part of Everson Griffen‘s day. The Vikings defensive end watched his wife give birth to their third son via FaceTime before yesterday’s game, and then asked the crowd for input on naming him. “I’ve got three boys now — oh my [more]
Everson Griffen wanted fans to help name his new baby boy…. so what did the Minnesota Vikings defensive star end up naming the little boy? On Thursday, Griffen watched the birth of his son via FaceTime as his team was warning up for their Thanksgiving Day matchup against the Detroit Lions. Show More Summary
Sometimes we get stuck on a new baby’s name. It happens. What most of us won’t do is get a sack in an NFL game, then display a T-shirt asking what to name the baby. Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen had a unique way of figuring out what to name his new baby boy. Show More Summary
The Vikings' pass rusher revealed the latest addition to the family after sacking Matthew Stafford
Help Everson Griffen out.
During the second quarter of today’s first of three Thanksgiving Day games, the Minnesota Vikings’ Everson Griffen took down Matthew Stafford from behind for a sack. And he celebrated by lifting his jersey to reveal a special message on his t-shirt underneath. That message? “I just had a baby boy. What should I name him?” […]
Everson had this all planned out. Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen has something extra-special to be thankful for today after his baby boy was born on Thanksgiving morning. Dad had to go to work, but he had a question for the public... .@EversonGriffen...Show More Summary
Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen may have just paid a fee for crowd-sourcing the naming of his new child. After sacking Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford in the second quarter, Griffen raised his jersey to expose a message which read: “I just had a baby boy, what should I name him?” One would hope the league [more]
No matter what happens in the Minnesota Vikings’ Thanksgiving game against the Detroit Lions, what defensive end Everson Griffen is going to remember is what happened back in Minneapolis. His wife, Tiffany, gave birth to a baby boy. Details, such as weight, length and name, were scarce, but all concerned were reportedly healthy and “Sack […]
Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen can set the team record with at least one sack in consecutive games. He currently is tied with Jared Allen and Jim Marshall with eight consecutive games with a sack. Griffen returned to practice Friday from a foot injury, and although the Vikings list him as question, coach Mike Zimmer [more]
Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen is expected to play on Sunday despite being listed as questionable and the player that the Redskins would like to have blocking him got the same designation. Trent Williams practiced on Friday for the first time in several weeks and could return to the lineup after missing the last two [more]