This NFL draft class is regarded as deep at cornerback and, in particular, safety, where the Vikings may seek to bolster its depth because of departures and contract issues.
Before the draft, and well before the commencement of injuries that inevitably alter the course of a NFL season — the Vikings’ 2019 schedule is the league’s eighth-toughest
Eight linebackers in five drafts have answered calls from the Vikings under head coach Mike Zimmer. It’s a pretty secure bet another will be selected during next week’s draft.
Even though the Vikings have a couple of promising reserves, they could be on the lookout for an addition as a third wide receiver. Next week's draft offers some intriguing prospects.
The Vikings have unrefined talent at the position in Mike Boone and Roc Thomas, both entering their second seasons, and veterans to back up Dalvin Cook as needed.
It’s entirely possible Adam Thielen’s new deal will be obsolete in a couple years. But that’s not the whole point as the Vikings look to their future.
Two players from last season's team and two new faces now give the Vikings 67 players on the roster heading into next week's NFL draft and college free agent signings.
The Vikings’ commitment to quarterback Kirk Cousins, a three-year, $84 million bet on the team’s readiness to win now, has ripple effects throughout the roster.
The Vikings haven’t invested a top draft pick in a tight end since selecting Kyle Rudolph in 2011’s second round. Is it time to look to the future?
Running back Latavius Murray, punt returner Marcus Sherels and guard Nick Easton signed with the Saints in the offseason.
The Vikings have now signed five defenders from the now-defunct Alliance of American Football league that played its last game on March 31.
Defensive end Karter Schult, who tried out for the Vikings during a rookie minicamp last year, is expected to sign with the team.
Mike Zimmer told reporters on Tuesday that the Vikings' highly paid cornerback “needs to play better,” and added he’ll make sure that happens. "We're paying him a lot of money."
In crafting a deal that would be competitive enough to bring Josh Kline to Minnesota, the Vikings guaranteed $7.25 million to the recently released Titans guard.
After signing Josh Kline to a three-year deal on Wednesday, the Vikings are back on the hunt for affordable offensive linemen.
Marcus Sherels agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Saints on Thursday, according to a league source, ending a nine-year run with the Vikings.
Trevor Siemian, 27, agreed to a one-year deal with New York on Wednesday during a free-agent visit, leaving the Vikings in the market for a backup to Kirk Cousins.
With Blake Bortles, Kevin White and Ereck Flowers all being flushed in the past week, nine of those 20 top-10 picks now have been moved or been allowed to move on from the teams that drafted them.
As the Vikings sort through their options to help their offensive line, they brought in former Titans guard Josh Kline for a free-agent visit Tuesday.
Could the Vikings still make a splash by trading from a deep cornerback position to fill needs? That question and more get addressed here.