The Vikings have capped their draft class by signing a group (for now) consisting of 10 undrafted free agents. They are: Marshall cornerback Keith Baxter; Penn State tight end Kyle Carter, Minnesota defensive end Theiren Cochran, Georgia...Show More Summary
They were the most dynamic duo in Minnesota Vikings history... but Daunte Culpepper tells TMZ Sports he really doesn't talk with Randy Moss anymore. There doesn't seem to be animosity -- judging from the way Culpepper explains thei...
Last week, the University of Wisconsin–Madison Snapchat story (a curated selection of photos and videos submitted by university students) was taken over by a very 2016 love story.After spotting a guy in a Minnesota Vikings jersey on the story, an anonymous female student (later dubbed “Mystery Girl”) decided to try to ... More »
When former Ohio State and Minnesota Vikings running back Robert Smith announced he was leaving ESPN as a college football analyst, the next step in his television career seemed rather obvious. On Sunday night, it became a reality.Show More Summary
NFL 2016 Draft Saturday Recap http://www.commdiginews.com/sports/nfl-2016-draft-day-3-diamonds-in-the-rough-highlights-62784/ The Minnesota Vikings drafted Willie Beavers. The Chicago Bears took Deon Bush. This one time we can debate Beavers vs Bush without angering censors. eric
The Minnesota Vikings made German wide receiver Moritz Boehringer the first European drafted directly to the NFL on Saturday, taking him in the sixth round. Boehringer got interested in the gridiron game five years ago at the age of 17 -- when he saw a video of Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. Show More Summary
Rookie minicamp in Minnesota next weekend will have a German accent.
With the No. 180 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings became the first team in league history to draft a player with no college experience out of a European league. Moritz Boehringer, a German wide receiver, formerly for the Swäbisch Hall Unicorns, will join the Vikings without having played a down of college football. […]
If you like history; if you like feel-good stories; if you like economics; you’ll like the fact that the Minnesota Vikings went out on a German limb and drafted Moritz Boehringer. History: Never in the history of the NFL has a player been drafted directly from Germany. Never had the NFL [...]
Moritz Boehringer made history when the Minnesota Vikings made the German sensation the 180th pick in the 2016 NFL draft. Per Sports Illustrated's NFL Twitter account, Boehringer is the first European-born player with no college football...Show More Summary
The German-born wideout joins the Vikings, becoming one of the most unlikely draft picks in NFL history. On the final day of the 2016 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings selected Germany's Moritz Boehringer, a wide receiver who most recently played for a German team known as the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns. Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings made history on Saturday. Moritz Boehringer became the first straight-from-Europe draft pick in NFL history when the Vikings used a sixth-round selection on him. Boehringer quickly is becoming a folk hero here. His story is incredible. Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings made just one pick on Friday night of the 2016 NFL draft, using the 54th overall pick on Clemson cornerback Mackensie Alexander before trading down and out of the third round. General manager Rick Spielman and the Vikings now have six picks on Saturday, including two in the sixth round. According to Chris Tomasson of the St. Show More Summary
Alexander didn't record an interception in college but maintains he's the best cornerback in the draft. The Minnesota Vikings have drafted former Clemson cornerback Mackensie Alexander with the No. 54 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. Show More Summary
Let's look at the road Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell had to travel from suffering a grisly injury -- in which he broke his leg and dislocated his ankle -- to becoming a first round pick of the Minnesota Vikings in the 2016 NFL Draft.
The Minnesota Vikings crossed off one of their biggest needs during the first round of the 2016 NFL draft, using the 23rd overall pick on Ole Miss receiver Laquon Treadwell. With receiver taken care of, general manager Rick Spielman and the Vikings can use the rest of the draft to buttress a young, talented roster lacking many obvious holes. Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings seemingly have their quarterback of the future in Teddy Bridgewater, and they added to the passing game Thursday at the 2016 NFL draft, selecting Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell with the 23rd overall pick. NFL...Show More Summary
Despite a slow 40 time at his pro day, Treadwell has a new NFL team where he'll look to prove all of his doubters wrong. With the No. 23 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings have landed former Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell. Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders, one of the classiest squads in the league, wrapped up their 2016 auditions with the selection of 42 dancers. As they head into preparations for the upcoming season, let’s take a look back into how they got there. Open auditions were a crush. More than 100 dancers arrived at Winter Park [...]
Bleacher Report's 2016 NFL draft tracker will keep you up to date on all the picks made by the Minnesota Vikings, who are scheduled to make eight selections. The madness begins Thursday night with the draft's first round. The Vikings...Show More Summary