Sam Bradford and Case Keenum are set to be the Nos. 1 and 2 quarterbacks with Taylor Heinicke fighting for a roster spot and Mitch Leidner a new addition to the mix,
Mike Zimmer said the Vikings' defensive performance against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks left them with some things to work on for the final two preseason games.
The Vikings are as close to full strength as they've been all summer.
The Vikings added a fifth quarterback to the roster in ex-Gopher Mitch Leidner, who had an unsuccessful tryout with the Baltimore Ravens.
Bradford said he’s looking forward to the “dress rehearsal” next week against the 49ers, when his offensive line is expected to be at full strength.
The Vikings’ perfect preseason ended in the second game during a 20-13 loss to the Seahawks on Friday night. So let’s update our Vikings stock watch after the exhibition.
SEATTLE — The debuts of Vikings left tackle Riley Reiff and running back Latavius Murray will wait at least one more week. Reiff (back) and…
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Marcus Sherels’ strength as a punt returner is visible. He’s quick, faster than advertised and exerts no wasted movements. Some of his other skills defy logic, though.
Special teams coordinator Mike Priefer, who stood by Walsh through his struggles, said he contacted Walsh to congratulate him when he signed with the Seahawks.
Plenty of questions remain on the Vikings roster with three preseason games to be played in the next two weeks. But some roster decisions are taking shape.
For Friday night's game in Seattle, coach Mike Zimmer said he’s thought about forgoing a prescribed snap count to instead wait for a successful drive to pull his first unit.
Bower got more guaranteed money than any of the other Vikings' undrafted free agents and made a good impression at defensive end in the exhibition opener against Buffalo.
The goal of this competition is to identify someone who will offer more consistency than Jeff Locke offered the past four seasons. (That bar isn’t high.)
The Vikings announced they have signed former Jaguars and Bengals running back Bronson Hill to replace Bishop Sankey, who was placed on the waived-injured list.
Bishop Sankey suffered a torn right ACL on Thursday, a source said, and former Gophers rusher David Cobb is scheduled to come to Winter Park for a workout.
Here's a look at some of the players who were impressive in the Vikings' exhibition opener, as well as a few who need to show some improvement to meet expectations.
Trey Waynes grabbed at his shoulder after tackling Bills receiver Sammy Watkins on a 5-yard pass from quarterback Tyrod Taylor. He went out after the next play.
The Vikings’ new deal for Linval Joseph makes the nose tackle the eighth-highest paid player in the league at his position. He's getting $11.5 this season.
Andre Patterson stresses the importance of taking shorter routes to the quarterback and using strength rather than simply breezing past the opponent's offensive line. Here's why.