We're kind of fascinated by kickers around here. So let's take a look at Bears kicker Cody Parkey hitting the uprights FOUR times in Sunday's game.
A woman in New England has Rocco Baldelli's old phone number, which she discovered when she started getting text messages for the new Twins manager.
The former Viking and now ESPN analyst appeared to get a big kick out of the encounter before "Monday Night Football" featuring Beckham's Giants.
While you were watching the Vikings-Jets game, the former Vikings kick returner was showing off some of the day's best and worse moves.
You might have wondered what Jimmy Butler was talking about with the front-row fan at the Wolves-Spurs game. Or you might have let your imagination run wild.
Considering Kevin Garnett made a high-profile exit from Minnesota in 2007 and a less-than-successful return in 2015, he was a go-to source for his thoughts on Jimmy Butler.
The former Timberwolves announcer is looking forward to having his daughter, Olivia Dekker, work with him as the sideline reporter on Monday Night Football from Green Bay.
Jay Frolick of First Tee Twin Cities and Kurt Lambert of First Tee Three Rivers Park District were selected to participate in this week's PURE Insurance Championship in Pebble Beach.
Across the board, there's just not that much to feel good about with Minnesota's professional sports teams. Let's wallow in the current state of play for a bit.
Kirk Cousins' catchphrase was used against him Sunday after the Vikings lost to the Bills.
Alexandria moved to 1-1 this football season thanks in part to a wild touchdown all caught on camera.
This is certain to get Vikings' fans blood boiling: Randy Moss has made his picks for the NFL season, and he's high on the Packers' quarterback.
A CBSSports.com basketball writer tackled the issue for every NBA team, and he had to dig a little deeper to fill out the Wolves' roster.
A year after struggling to find traction with New Orleans and Arizona, reports say Adrian Peterson will start just two weeks after signing with the Redskins.
Mike Zimmer's crew can't play the Rodney Dangerfield card, at least when it comes to the team's individual talents being recognized.
The Vikings quarterback wanted to experience the Great Minnesota Get-Together but ran into some trouble.
The Lynx are out of the playoffs, but we'll keep you up to date on the big news (and some not-so-big news) during the WNBA postseason.
CBS Sports' Pete Prisco wasn't impressed with Jacksonville's Blake Bortles or Minnesota's Kirk Cousins during their matchup Saturday. But it got him thinking about which one he'd rather have.
The former Vikings running back signed with injury-plagued Washington on Monday -- and by Tuesday had revived one of his go-to moves: calling out his critics.
The team begins play in October at Tria Rink in St. Paul.