The Vikings are using the preseason to slowly unveil a faster way to play offense, and coach Mike Zimmer says a faster tempo will benefit everybody
Three special teams positions — punter, kicker, holder — are still undetermined as the Vikings prepare for Saturday's third of four preseason games.
News about the deaths of Barry and Carol Bennett spread quickly among those living in Long Prairie.
With the upcoming third preseason game against Arizona, the Vikings' first team offense will be on display for the longest time yet.
Reporters Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer speculate on where the Vikings are truly at in terms of how successful their season will be.
Under a new offensive scheme, Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer has been pleased both by quarterback Kirk Cousins' play and offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski's coaching.
Backfield depth is a welcome sight for a Vikings offense desperately trying to re-establish its rushing attack, and exceptional special-teams work might be Mike Boone's path to playing.
Almost every piece of the Vikings starting defense is healthy as the Sept. 8 season opener against the Falcons draws closer.
The work of coaches Kevin Stefanski, Gary Kubiak and Rick Dennison has been on display in two preseason victories.
Defensive coordinator George Edwards is happy to have Linval Joseph back and says he's working with the defense on a rush plan to handle quarterback Kyler Murray's mobility in their game against the Cardinals on Saturday.
Vikings special teams coordinator Marwan Maalouf says choosing players for various roles could extend through the final game of the preseason.
According to Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski dwelling on the past prevents success in the present, especially with how often things change in the NFL.
Kyle Sloter's quarterback rating is excellent in the preseason, but coach Mike Zimmer was quick to warn people not to read too much into the data.
Heading into the Vikings' final two games of the preseason, the challenge before the team's young defensive backs is this: They must improve on their uneven play.
Ben Goessling, Andrew Krammer and Michael Rand discuss the difficult decisions ahead for the Vikings front office in trimming down to a 53-man roster. What will happen at receiver with Laquon Treadwell? Are new faces likely for the secondary? What about the backup quarterbacks?
After having a good showing against Seattle, Vikings running back Mike Boone knows he needs to perform well on special teams in order to earn a roster spot.
Reporters Ben Goessling and Andrew Krammer say that defensive tackle Linval Joseph is on track to be in the line up for the first week of the regular season. With Joseph and defensive tackle Shamar Stephen both off of the injury list, the major players on the defensive line are now back together.
Brett Favre descended from a clear blue Minnesota sky. An angel landing in a private jet, after years of playing the devil. Vikings fans, the media — shoot, the entire states of Minnesota and Wisconsin — lost their collective minds.
Walking off the practice field Thursday after going through team drills for the first time, Joseph finally opened up about his offseason road to recovery.
As the deadline approaches for making cuts to finalize the roster, Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer says he's looking for consistency from his players.