Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater keeps his Instagram account private, but he still has over 330,000 followers, so when he posts something, it’s not exactly going to be kept secret. Such was the case on Tuesday night. The...Show More Summary
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For the first time in nearly a decade, the Minnesota Vikings will see a new face as their full-time starter at running back. After a career worthy of a Hall of Fame induction, Adrian Peterson has been let go and will find himself playing elsewhere for the rest of his career. Show More Summary
New Minnesota Vikings running back Latavius Murray had successful ankle surgery Wednesday
The Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday that newly signed running back Latavius Murray had ankle surgery in North Carolina. The surgery, performed by Dr. Bob Anderson in Charlotte, was said to be successful in a team statement. “We were aware of the required surgery prior to signing Latavius on March 16,” the team said in a…
The Vikings knew Murray would need the surgery prior to signing him. The Minnesota Vikings announced on Wednesday that running back Latavius Murray had successful ankle surgery. According to the team’s release, the surgery was performed by Dr. Show More Summary
The Vikings could have paid Adrian Peterson $18 million this year. Instead, they’ll pay Latavius Murray as little as $3.4 million this year. That’s the only true guarantee at signing for the newest running back in Minnesota, and the minimum he’ll earn this year. He’s eligible for a $100,000 workout bonus, and he’ll earn up to…
Another domino fell in running back free agency Wednesday night, with Latavius Murray landing with the Minnesota Vikings, who closed the door on Thursday to Adrian Peterson era there. "With us signing (Latavius) Murray, Adrian will move...Show More Summary
After signing Latavius Murray, the Vikings didn't need their all-time leading rusher
The Minnesota Vikings have officially closed the book on the Adrian Peterson era.
New Minnesota Vikings running back Latavius Murray is giving up the jersey number he’s worn since he was a kid — not because someone who’s already on the team wears it, but because of someone who used to wear it for the Vikings. Last week the Vikings declined to pick up their option on Adrian Peterson,...
With running back Latavius Murray now a member of the Vikings, it is harder to believe that Adrian Peterson will be back in Minnesota for another season with the only team he’s ever played for in the NFL. If Peterson is gone, he won’t be forgotten after running for 11,747 yards in 10 years with…
The Vikings replace Adrian Peterson with Latavius Murray, and Jamey Eisenberg looks at Murray's Fantasy value in Minnesota.
Latavius Murray wore No. 28 with the Raiders and in college but says he won’t wear it with the Vikings. The Minnesota Vikings seemingly closed the door on the possibility of a future with Adrian Peterson when the team signed former Oakland...Show More Summary
Another domino fell in running back free agency Wednesday night, with Latavius Murray landing with the Minnesota Vikings, seemingly ending the Adrian Peterson era there. The options are drying up, writes Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson,...Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings have signed former Oakland running back Latavius Murray, who spent his first four years in the NFL with the Raiders
The Minnesota Vikings have signed their starting running back. After years of Adrian Peterson, the Vikings now turn to Latavius Murray, recently signed from the Oakland Raiders. NFL.com insider Ian Rapoport tweeted the news this morning at the crack of dawn, before 6AM Eastern. Show More Summary
Oakland has one of the best lines in the NFL and they would only need Peterson to do so much. The Minnesota Vikings signed former Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray in the wee hours of Thursday morning. Just like that, theShow More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings have signed former Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray
Minnesota's latest signing looks to be an indication of a new era.