Starting safeties Andrew Sendejo and Harrison Smith both had recent offseason surgeries, but are expected to return to full strength before training camp, an NFL…
Vikings coach Mike Zimmer paused and gathered his thoughts before making it clear he’s still very much a fan of Teddy Bridgewater despite his appreciation for how well Sam Bradford has filled in.
PHOENIX — NFL owners have passed eight new rules, three bylaw proposals and one resolution during today's action at the annual league meetings. Meanwhile, Commissioner…
General manager Rick Spielman, at the NFL owners’ meetings, said he watched quarterback Teddy Bridgewater work out last week and was impressed with what he saw.
Wilf was asked who would replace Adrian Peterson as “the face of the franchise,” something the star running back has been since the day he was drafted in 2007.
Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman and his top assistant, George Paton, attended the NFL combine for young veterans that was held Saturday and Sunday in Phoenix.
Marshall, a two-time Pro Bowler, held the record for consecutive games played for a position player at 282 until Brett Favre broke the record in 2009 en route to 299.
While free agency recently garnered the headlines, the Vikings also have been quietly gathering more information on the prospects they are eyeing for April’s NFL draft.
Which Vikings free agents are staying? Who is going? And who are the new guys? We will update this blog post throughout the offseason as the Vikings build their roster for 2017.
Adrian Peterson, who turned 32 this week, took to Twitter to dispute reports that he’s demanding at least an $8 million salary in the first year to play for a team this season.
The Vikings have waived former third-round draft pick Scott Crichton. In 2014, coach Mike Zimmer’s first year in Minnesota,
Defensive end Brian Robison has agreed to a pay cut, signing a one-year extension with the Vikings that technically keeps him under contract through 2018 but slashes his 2017 base salary
The Vikings at some point figure to add another quarterback to their roster because they only have three and Teddy Bridgewater's status is in doubt.
While he didn't mention Adrian Peterson by name, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said that “not having to substitute [for Latavius Murray] on third downs” will be “big.”
In an interview on KFAN, Mike Zimmer talked about the Vikings' new offensive linemen, Latavius Murray and the team's wide receiver situation
Wide receiver Adam Thielen has gone from being an undrafted free agent to a wide receiver worthy of a three-year contract.
Defensive tackle Datone Jones signed with the Vikings last week in part because he feels they will give him the best chance to prove himself. He is by no means the only one in a prove-it year.
As Peterson continues to wait for an NFL team to express serious interest in adding him to their backfield, one wonders if he might have to sit tight until summer.
In eight NFL seasons, Jared Cook has totaled 303 catches for 3,880 yards and 17 touchdowns. He spent last season with the Packers
Rick Spielman, speaking with local media on a conference call, confirmed the obvious when he said that the signing of running back Latavius Murray means that Adrian Peterson won’t be back in 2017.