The NFL season is inching closer. Through July, Shutdown Corner will examine three big questions for each NFL team as it heads to training camp. MINNESOTA VIKINGS Report date: July 23 for rookies; July 26 for veterans Where: Mankato, Minn. Show More Summary
The best thing about this year is it’s not last year for the Vikings offensive line. Minnesota used 12 players and eight different starting combinations in its line last season. In two games last season, the Vikings were down to five healthy offensive linemen on game day. Tight end David Morgan served as the emergency…
Vikings surround RB Dalvin Cook with mentors to try to smooth transition from Florida State to Minnesota
Latavius Murray, Dalvin Cook and Jerick McKinnon will be competing to be the Vikings starting running back, replacing Adrian Peterson. McKinnon is returning for his third season in Minnesota, Murray... The post Vikings Running Backs Speak Out – Ready to Start New Chapter Minus Peterson appeared first on NFL Gridiron Gab.
The Minnesota Vikings placed running back Latavius Murray on the physically unable to perform list, and put defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd on the non-football injury list
The Vikings have made some of the initial roster designations that every team makes, every year as camp opens. In Minnesota, the most significant name is the one that hasn’t appeared yet. The team has announced that running back Latavius Murray and linebacker Shaan Washington have been placed on the physically unable to perform list.…
The Minnesota Vikings rookie class in 2016 had a rough season, one of many reasons the team stumbled to an 8-8 finish after a 5-0 start
Minnesota Vikings training camp capsule
Our next 2017 P-R-O Convention All Star is from the North Star State. She is a fourth year veteran and very photogenic…introducing Minnesota Vikings Cheerleader Taylor, our next 2017 P-R-O Convention All Star. There were over 250 cheerleaders at P-R-O and I have many more amazing girls [...]
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater continues to make strides in his lengthy recovery from a devastating knee injury sustained during training camp last August. While it may still be too early to know whether Bridgewater can get back to the form he showed before the injury, he seems to be giving it every chance he’s…
The Minnesota Vikings had one of the most unforgettable seasons in recent memory in 2016. This is not due to any championships being won or any single memorable moment. The 2016 season was memorable due to it being the most frustrating year for the Vikings and their fans in a long time. Show More Summary
The Vikings running back situation is as messy as any in the league. Heath Cummings tries to sort through it and rank the Vikings Fantasy assets.
The Minnesota Vikings' 52nd training camp in Mankato will be their last before moving to new facility in Eagan in 2018
A year ago, the Vikings had legitimate Super Bowl aspirations, for the first time since 2009. Then came the late August news that quarterback Teddy Bridgewater’s knee had been shredded without contact, ending his 2016 season and maybe more. So much for the Super Bowl aspirations. Then came the stunning trade for quarterback Sam Bradford,…
Michael Floyd was suspended by the NFL for his DUI arrest, with the Minnesota Vikings losing their new receiver for at least the first four games of the 2017 season. A report by CBS Sports states that Floyd will miss games where the Vikings play the New Orleans Saints, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Detroit Lions. Show More Summary
Substance abuse violation lands Minnesota wide receiver on sideline for first month of season.
Minnesota Vikings receiver Michael Floyd has been suspended 4 games for violating the league's substance abuse policy. TMZ Sports broke the story... Floyd violated the "no alcohol" part of his sentencing following his December 2016 extreme DUI…
Minnesota's Michael Floyd claimed drinking fermented tea accidentally caused him to violate terms of house arrest for DUI.
Eight is enough, at least for Vikings coach Mike Zimmer and eye surgeries. Zimmer is still having some trouble with his problematic right eye, and might not be cleared to fly back to Minnesota from his offseason home in Kentucky. He told Brian Murphy of the St. Paul Pioneer Press that the gas bubble which…
Gov. Mark Dayton has named a new chairman to lead the embattled board overseeing the new Minnesota Vikings stadium. The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority has been in flux since top … Click to Continue »