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Adrian Peterson Named 2015 NFL FedEx Ground Player of the Year

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has won the FedEx Ground Player of the Year award for a fifth time, the team announced Saturday. Peterson ran for 1,485 yards and 11 touchdowns while leading the Vikings to an NFC NorthShow More Summary

N.F.L. Roundup: Autopsy Confirms McNeill Had C.T.E., a Report Says

Minnesota Vikings linebacker Fred McNeill, who died last year at 63, was found to have brain trauma, according to CNN.

Former Viking Fred McNeill Suffered From Brain Trauma: CNN

An autopsy has confirmed that former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Fred McNeill was suffering from brain trauma when he died last year at 63, CNN reported on Thursday.

A former NFL player is on trial for allegedly running a Ponzi scheme

FA Insights is a daily newsletter from Business Insider that delivers the top news and commentary for financial advisors. Stu Voight's trial is underway (CBS Minnesota) The trial of former Minnesota Viking tight end Stu Voight got underway in Minneapolis this week. Show More Summary

The Amy Senser Hit and Run Homicide Case

Amy Senser and her husband Joe lived in Edina, Minnesota, an upscale Minneapolis suburb. Joe Senser, a NFL tight end with the Minnesota Vikings in the early 1980s, co-owned four Minneapolis-St. Paul area sports bars. A knee injury had ended his 4-year career with the Vikings. Show More Summary

MVC Retrospective

The Minnesota Vikings have posted their top 100 Cheerleader photos from the 2015-16 NFL season. Click here to check out their season highlights!

Bridgewater, Barr get belated trips to Pro Bowl

Monday’s PFT Live included a question from a Vikings fan who was miffed at the absence of Minnesota players in the Pro Bowl. Since then, three have been added to the annual all-star game. In addition to safety Harrison Smith, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and linebacker Anthony Barr have filled spots vacated by Cardinals quarterback Carson…

Pat Shurmur will be Vikings tight ends coach

When news that the Vikings hired Pat Shurmur as an assistant broke last week, the only thing missing was the job that he’d be doing in Minnesota. The Vikings provided the answer to that question on Monday. They announced that Shurmur will be the team’s tight ends coach. The incumbent tight ends coach Kevin Stefanski…

AP Source: Vikings Hire Pat Shurmur as Assistant Coach

The Minnesota Vikings had one of the least productive offenses in the league this season, and coach Mike Zimmer clearly wasn't comfortable with the status quo.

Vikings reportedly add Pat Shurmur to coaching staff

The Minnesota Vikings hired former Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, who will join Mike Zimmer's staff, per Ben Goessling of ESPN. The position for Shurmur isn't yet known, but the Vikings already have Norv Turner in place as offensive coordinator and Scott Turner as quarterbacks coach. Show More Summary

Terrell Sinkfield, CFL WR, to Vikings: Latest Contract Details and Reaction

According to ESPN.com's Ben Goessling on Friday, the Minnesota Vikings have signed CFL wide receiver Terrell Sinkfield. The details of the contract have not been released as of yet. While playing with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats last season, the 25-year-old ranked 12th in the CFL with 1,030 receiving yards. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

ESPN’s Robert Smith announces he’s leaving the network

Not to be confused with The Cure’s lead singer, former Ohio State and Minnesota Vikings running back Robert Smith has announced that he’s leaving ESPN, his TV home for the past eleven years: As you can see, Smith broke the news of the...Show More Summary

MVC Karen is Ready for the Pro Bowl

Every year, the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders’ Pro Bowl representative has a “show-off” night. That’s the night when teammates MVC staff, friends, and former MVC Pro Bowl reps to check out all of the choreography and couture for the upcoming Pro Bowl. This year’s representative, Karen, recently had her big night, and thanks to our friend [...]

Brad Childress Named Chiefs OC: Latest Comments and Reaction

Former Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress will be the offensive coordinator for the Kansas City Chiefs next season, according to a Monday report from Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Childress will take over for Doug Pederson, who was...Show More Summary

Seattle Seahawks vs. Carolina Panthers: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

The Seattle Seahawks and Carolina Panthers take to Bank of America Stadium on Sunday for this divisional-round matchup in the NFL playoffs. Seattle comes to Charlotte fresh off a nail-biting road win over the Minnesota Vikings in the...Show More Summary

Distressed Vikings Fan's Sign Proves Just How Devastating Sports Can Be

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

After a heartbreaking, tear-jerking, last-second loss to the Seattle Seahawks last Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings and their fan base have struggled to remain calm. They swore and they sobbed, they pointed their collective finger at kicker...Show More Summary

Sad Vikings Fan at Packers-Cardinals Says He Bought Ticket Before Infamous FG

This poor guy. During Saturday’s Arizona Cardinals-Green Bay Packers game at University of Phoenix Stadium, one Minnesota Vikings fan was spotted in the stands wielding a sign that claimed he bought his ticket before Vikings kicker Blair Walsh missed a potential game-winner last weekend. Show More Summary

Social Media Reacts to Vikings Fan Misspelled Sign

Green bay Packers are currently taking on the Arizona Cardinals in the divisional round of the playoffs. The cameras panned into the stands to see some excited fans and what they caught was a displaced Minnesota Vikings fan with a misspelled sign and social media reacted swiftly.   cc: @AMBERalert pic.twitter.com/vry1bKdXgX — Rob Perezingis (@World_Wide_Wob) […]

Poor-spelling Vikings fan holds up sad sign at Packers-Cardinals

This is sad on a few levels. A Minnesota Vikings fan had no designs on skipping the NFC divisional playoff game — or wearing his team's purple jersey — even though they didn't make it out of the wild-card game. Something about a missed...Show More Summary

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