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' pregame pyrotechnics temporarily extinguished by NFL

The Vikings say they are "exploring other special effects options."


Zimmer said Cousins, receivers need to communicate better

A completion percentage of .438 was the telling stat as the Packers forced three turnovers from the quarterback.


Big game, losing effort: Cook has 191 yards from scrimmage vs. Packers

Part of Dalvin Cook's big day at Lambeau Field was a career-high 75-yard rushing touchdown.


Griffen shares mental-health lesson: 'It's OK to reach out'

Everson Griffen said he's "happy to be here, healthy" after two police incidents in September 2018 led to mental health treatment and his missing five games.


Griffen impresses against run and pass in Vikings opener

Everson Griffen was credited with only one tackle — a third-quarter sack on Matt Ryan — but played a big role in other ways during the victory over Atlanta.


Cornerback Alexander suffers dislocated elbow in first half

Mackensie Alexander, the fourth-year slot corner, will undergo an MRI, according to coach Mike Zimmer, which will help determine the severity of his injury.


Safety Harris proves himself to be a 'certified baller' once again

Anthony Harris, who starred in Sunday's victory over the Falcons, showed once again how well he works in the defensive backfield with Vikings star Harrison Smith.


Falcons' Jones plans to play, will be shadowed by Rhodes

The two Pro Bowlers have battled three times, and the Vikings have won all three meetings.


This Vikings defense sticks, and sticks together

The Vikings' defensive starters are referenced as "a brotherhood." The least experienced in the system is entering his third season; the other 10 enter their fifth season together.


Vikings rookie center Bradbury will butt heads anytime

Garrett Bradbury likes a good battle of wits, and his brains and brawn have served him well as he assumes a starting spot on the Vikings' revamped offensive line.