The Minnesota Vikings have just begun training camp and already their third string quarterback Taylor Heinicke is sporting a cast on his left foot and has what could be one of the craziest injury stories of a season that has not quite started yet. Show More Summary
Another day…another retirement worth looking at in sports. Defensive Tackle, Kevin Williams retired after signing a one-day contract with the Minnesota Vikings, the team in which he started 171 Games with. Williams was drafted by the Vikings in the first round (9th overall) in 2003 and immediately became a starter for the team. Show More Summary
A couple of weeks back, Minnesota Vikings third-string quarterback Taylor Heinicke and a friend were returning home from a late movie when they realized they were locked out. Apparently unable or unwilling to call a locksmith, the two decided to fix the problem themselves by breaking down the front door. It went poorly. “I was […]
NFL teams are opening training camp, but Minnesota Vikings quarterback Taylor Heinicke won't be among his teammates on the practice field. It's not abnormal for NFL players to miss time with ankle injuries. It is, however, abnormal for...Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings have given coach Mike Zimmer a contract extension as he opens his third training camp with the team.
The Minnesota Vikings rewarded head coach Mike Zimmer with a new contract Thursday, after he led the franchise to its first NFC North title since 2009 last season. Per an official release from the Vikings, Zimmer signed an extension,...Show More Summary
There’s a lot to get excited about with the Minnesota Vikings’ future — a new stadium and a talented roster. Another big reason for optimism, head coach Mike Zimmer, apparently isn’t going anywhere for a long time. The Vikings announced that they have signed Zimmer to a contract extension prior to his third year on the job. Show More Summary
Yeaaaa, this probably wasn’t a good idea at all. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was attempting to have some fun with his Twitter followers on Wednesday when he posted a photo of himself in a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle outfit and captioned it: “I could no longer withhold this from you all! My secret […]
Green was only the second black head coach in the modern era of the N.F.L. when he took over at Minnesota.
Our friends from the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders sent us some photos of the MVC at the opening of their new billion dollar venue, the U.S. Bank Stadium. [...]
The sudden and surprising death of former Minnesota Vikings and Arizona Cardinals head coach Dennis Green at age 67 has brought out some great stories and tributes. But Randy Moss might have told the best one that we’ve heard. Appearing...Show More Summary
The coach who led the Minnesota Vikings and Arizona Cardinals to consistent playoff success is dead at 67. Continue reading…
Mr. Green was the second African American head coach in the NFL’s modern era.
VideoWhen local dignitaries gathered today to officially open the Minnesota Vikings' U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, they closed the book on a $1.1 billion state-of-the art design process; however, they opened the doors – five giant glass ones at that – on an innovative and cutting-edge sports and entertainment venue [...]
Dennis Green, one of the first African-American coaches in college and professional football, died Thursday at the age of 67, ESPN reports. As coach of the Minnesota Vikings, Green helped the NFL team earn eight playoff spots in 10 years. He also helmed the Arizona Cardinals for two years, serving...
Former Minnesota Vikings and Arizona Cardinals coach Dennis Green died Friday at age 67, which is sad news for the entire NFL community. While Green was a successful college and professional coach with a 113-94 record over 13 seasons in the NFL, he’s remembered best for one press conference meltdown in 2006. Show More Summary
Dennis Green, a trailblazing coach who led a Minnesota Vikings renaissance in the 1990s before a less successful run with the Arizona Cardinals, has died. He was 67.
Green was only the second black head coach in N.F.L. history when he took over at Minnesota.
Former NFL Head Coach Dennis Green Dead At Age 67 The NFL has lost a respected family member today. Via ESPN Dennis Green, who coached the Minnesota Vikings and Arizona Cardinals over 13 NFL seasons, died Thursday night at the