The Vikings put defensive end Hercules Mata’afa, who tore his ACL during organized team activities, on the waived/injured list on Wednesday, signing linebacker Mike Needham to take his place on their 90-man roster.
While NFL teams break for what is ordinarily the quietest part of the offseason before training camp begins, Adrian Peterson is still looking for a job.
The award, given to the PR department that consistently strives for excellence in its dealings and relationships with the media, has been presented to one NFL club since 1990.
The team announced Monday that Green — who won the second-most games in Vikings history — will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor on Sept. 23 against the Buffalo Bills.
Return specialist Marcus Sherels has signed a one-year contract with the Vikings for the eighth time. But he's facing stiff competition for that role from first-round draft choice Mike Hughes.
After learning the nickel corner position, in which he’s fairly inexperienced, rookie Mike Hughes said the plan is to remain there heading into training camp in late July.
The Vikings are doing away with paper tickets for the 2018 season. The team will accept only electronic tickets starting this fall, no longer allowing…
Touchdown throws to Stefon Diggs and Kyle Rudolph were followed up by a Cousins’ “boo-yah!” and an enthusiastic fist pump. Then the defense got him back.
Jalyn Holmes has hit a bump in the rookie road, but the Vikings defensive tackle said his broken hand should be mended in time for training camp.
The NFL’s oldest defensive back, Terence Newman, has showed off his ability to play any position in the Vikings secondary.
Rookie Hercules Mata’afa was just settling back into the defensive line when he tore his anterior cruciate ligament Wednesday, a league source confirmed to the Star Tribune.
The defense had a good day at the latest Vikings off-season practice, which included veteran Brian Robison swatting away two passes from new quarterback Kirk Cousins.
When the Vikings first turned their attention to John DeFilippo during their offensive coordinator search, they knew they might have some hurdles to clear before…
When the Vikings turned their attention to John DeFilippo during their offensive coordinator search, they knew they might have hurdles to clear before landing him.
Several starters were being held out of the workouts because of injuries and both placekicker candidates connected from more than 50 yards during a drill.
Ex-Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks visited the Vikings on Tuesday. He's the older brother of Eric Kendricks, who recently signed a five-year contract extension.
Fifth-year linebacker Anthony Barr was the only Vikings starter missing from three optional practices last week.
A significant change is that players on the kicking team now must line up within one yard of the kickoff, all but eliminating the running start.
New Vikings wide receiver Kendall Wright’s name surfaced in connection to the arrest of Cowboys receiver Terrance Williams on public intoxication charges. GM Rick Spielman said the report is inaccurate.
The Vikings’ longest-tenured player, defensive end Brian Robison, said he’ll continue to “stand up for that flag,” but he doesn’t have a problem with other players who protest.