Recent weeks have offered pretty consistent evidence on a few fronts that the Vikings are trying not to repeat their previous miscues.
General manager Rick Spielman and salary-cap manager Rob Brzezinski face an interesting summer considering their team's upcoming free agents and ‘all-in’ Super Bowl refrain.
Stubborn or just plain driven, new Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins doesn't like to take no for an answer
There’s little surprise the NFL would want to air the rematch of the NFC Conference Championship in a marquee spot.
With one signature, Kirk Cousins transformed from plucky overachiever unappreciated by his first employer into a franchise quarterback for a franchise that expects him to win a Super Bowl.
With determination and deep pockets, the Vikings cast a large shadow over their NFC North counterparts during the first wave of free agency.
Checking in with the Vikings' division opponents after the first wave of free agency.
It's not the complete list, but here are some of the players who changed teams in the past week and some of the ones who stayed put.
Latavius Murray stood to be cut had he not renegotiated his previous contract.
Sheldon Richardson, the 2013 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, is coming to Minnesota in hopes of jump starting his promising and still-young career as a starting tackle.
The Vikings have released veteran receiver Jarius Wright in a move that will help their salary cap situation and also allow the respected veteran time to find another team to play for
Five thoughts on the signing of Richardson — who was with the Jets from 2013-16 and Seattle last season
Kirk Cousins won the headlines. Cooper Cousins stole the hearts, though, with his adorable Skol chant.
A QB of this caliber, still in his prime, reaching the open market before his 30th birthday is pretty much the NFL equivalent of spotting Bigfoot reeling in the Loch Ness Monster.
It remains to be seen how much money free-agent defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson will want, and whether the Vikings will be able to afford him after signing Kirk Cousins
After a crushing loss in the NFC title game in Philadelphia, the Vikings sent another prominent message they're aiming for the Super Bowl next season.
His Washington teams didn’t win much, but the Vikings clearly saw enough in Kirk Cousins to believe in him in a way they didn't believe in Case Keenum.
Kirk Cousins became the NFL's highest-paid quarterback on Thursday afternoon. But he's hoping the three-year contract is the start of a relationship that lasts much longer.
Vikings coach Mike Zimmer on Thursday talked about how John DeFilippo's experience watching Kurk Cousins from the opposite sideline helped the Vikings' decisionmaking.
Many opinions surround the Vikings' decision to hand Kirk Cousins $84 million to take over as quarterback. But this is a franchise that desperately needed to take a chance.