Linval Joseph and Tom Johnson were disrupting Green Bay's offense Sunday in the opening minutes of the game before Aaron Rodgers got hurt. Here's what they did.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy isn't happy with Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr.
The smart money would be on Case Keenum starting Sunday against the Ravens. But this being the Vikings, nothing is certain and things are about to get a lot more interesting.
The Vikings already expected to be without Sam Bradford, Stefon Diggs and Nick Easton on Sunday. They'll be missing a fourth starter, too. Safety Andrew…
Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen has his mind on one thing -- getting after quarterbacks.
In a quality run defense, you can pretty much assume the front seven are doing its job. Has that been the case with the Vikings so far?
This might be the biggest compliment to the greatness of Aaron Rodgers: The Packers are 4-1 with five different starting combinations on the offensive line.
In addition to quarterback Sam Bradford, receiver Stefon Diggs (groin), left guard Nick Easton (calf) and safety Andrew Sendejo (groin) did not appear to be practicing.
If there is such a thing as an “upset” in the NFL, the league had eight of them last week. Eight.
On a short week ahead of Sunday’s game against the Packers, a handful of Vikings starters were held out of the week’s first practice Wednesday. That includes quarterback Sam Bradford.
All of the uncertainty about the health of quarterbacks Sam Bradford and Teddy Bridgewater means that long-term decisions about the Vikings' future at those positions are hardly cut-and-dried.
The Cardinals lost standout back David Johnson in Week 1 after he fractured his wrist and it has been a struggle for them since.
Jerick McKinnon had 146 combined rushing and receiving yards on Monday night, posting the second-most yards from scrimmage he’d ever totaled in a game.
The quarterback, who’d missed the Vikings’ last three games with left knee issues, was sacked four times, including once for a safety, and appeared unable to move in the pocket.
Also boosting the offense is receiver Michael Floyd, who will make his debut for the Vikings tonight after serving a four-game suspension.
The Vikings can get Teddy Bridgewater back on the practice field after next Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers, once the quarterback has been on the physically-unable-to-perform list for six weeks.
It marks the third straight practice for Sam Bradford, who was limited all week due to his swollen left knee and has not played since the Sept. 11 season opener against the Saints.
Mike Zimmer might be asking the officials on Monday night to keep an eye on offensive holding by Bears linemen and grabby receivers.
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Case Keenum has led the Vikings offense through a 1-2 record in three games, struggling most recently against the Lions in a 14-7 loss.