Andrew Krammer | Star Tribune
Reporter | Minnesota Vikings

Andrew Krammer covers the Vikings for the Star Tribune, entering his sixth NFL season. From the Metrodome to U.S. Bank Stadium, he's reported on everything from Case Keenum's Minneapolis Miracle, the offensive line's kangaroo court to Adrian Peterson's suspension.

Krammer, a 2013 graduate of the University of Minnesota's Journalism program, got his start covering local news through internships for the Star Tribune and Pioneer Press in St. Paul. Krammer was born on the east coast, raised on the west coast and ended up in the middle. He transitioned to his first love, sports, by taking over the Vikings beat at 1500 ESPN in Minneapolis prior to joining the Star Tribune's coverage in July 2016. You can find him at a local barbecue joint, Anytime Fitness or national park (during the Vikings' offseason).

Vikings rookie center Bradbury gathers tips at linemen summit

Garrett Bradbury was one of 40-plus NFL offensive linemen who gathered to watch film, share notes and talk shop at a Texas training facility outside the Dallas Cowboys' headquarters.

Will offensive line be better? That's still biggest question with Vikings

A North Score Sunday debate: The most pressing question facing Vikings in training camp is ...

Son of former Bills receiver makes own mark during minicamp

Offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski says second-year receiver Chad Beebe has been "making a name for himself" in spring practices.

Cousins knows he's been a .500 QB, that he'll be judged by winning

The Vikings are looking for ways to move Kirk Cousins, in the second season of his three-year, $84 million deal, to "the next level," which means leading the team to multiple playoff victories.

Zimmer expects Weatherly to play 'much larger role' on defense

Defensive end Stephen Weatherly proved himself to Vikings coaches last season, which is expected to lead to more playing time in 2019.

Vikings cornerback Hughes to remain sidelined until July

More than seven months removed from ACL surgery, Mike Hughes hasn't practiced with the Vikings and won't until at least training camp in late July, according to coach Mike Zimmer.

Which Vikings player has the most on the line in the new season?

North Score: This is a "prove-it" year for the Vikings — one that could either reinforce the direction in which they are heading or lead to sweeping changes.

Upgrading Vikings kicking game challenge for new coach Kaeding

Former NFL kicker Nate Kaeding sold the Vikings on his commitment to work specifically with Dan Bailey and a field-goal operation that ranked last in the NFL in 2018.

Diggs skips OTAs; Rookie Bradbury plays center, Elflein moves to guard

Pat Elflein, entering his third NFL season, is making the transition back to guard after 30 games as the Vikings center.

Robison runs the gamut as he retires from Vikings

The defensive end, who spent all of his 11 NFL seasons with the team, shared laughs and tears with former teammates and coaches Wednesday.