The Vikings defensive line may still be without Sharrif Floyd, a 2013 first-round pick, but the strength of last year’s defense — the line — has more hands on deck to fill the void.
Who will claim the final one or two Vikings roster spots at wide receiver. Part of the answer will depend on what other skills they can bring to the team.
Vikings wide receiver Michael Floyd is expected to appear in an Arizona court this afternoon to make his case regarding his three breathalyzer tests flagged for alcohol and one missed test earlier this month.
Uyeyama will be the third head strength and conditioning coach in Mike Zimmer’s four years as head coach.
The first full practice of training camp is in five weeks -- and there are more than a dozen roster spots where competition should be wide open. Here's a prediction on how they'll play out.
Some clarity was gained during the offseason program, but there’s much to sort out for the Vikings when the team assembles for training camp in Mankato next month.
Turner, the former Vikings offensive coordinator, has not taken a new coaching position since he surprisingly resigned here last November, after disagreements with head coach Mike Zimmer.
Behind Vikings starting tight end Kyle Rudolph, his position group fields just one NFL catch between the other five guys in the room.
You shouldn't rule out Teddy Bridgewater getting cleared to return at some point in 2017 (and Dalvin Cook is really fast).
Brent Salazar, who was on Mike Zimmer’s staff for 16 months, is leaving the Vikings to accept a position with the U.S. Tennis Association.
Former Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong tried his hand at safety for 13 practices, but the Vikings had seen enough. Armstrong was waived Friday.
Mike Zimmer will have to drive to his daughter's wedding in Dallas next week, but otherwise he doesn't expect his troublesome right eye to affect…
Second-year receiver Laquon Treadwell concluded one red-zone session with a leaping grab of a Sam Bradford pass over Trae Waynes for a touchdown in the corner of the end zone.
Randy Moss returned to Winter Park on Wednesday for the first time since he was cut by the Vikings in 2010. And the team had something planned for him and Ahmad Rashad.
Quarterback Sam Bradford was not limited as he jumped back into the mix and led the starting offense.
The addition of three new members of the offensive line group puts T.J. Clemmings in jeopardy of not making the final roster if he does not show improvement in his third year.
Jacob A. Justice, the man who used a box cutter to knife a Vikings fan in his front yard in Wisconsin, pleaded no contest to battery and disorderly conduct charges.
While the Vikings are still seven weeks away from suiting up at training camp, there are impressions to be left by rookies, veterans and coaches alike.
New Vikings running back Latavius Murray is out of the walking boot and expects to be running unassisted again in about a week.
Kelly Kleine's new job as Vikings' college scouting coordinator makes her “one of the most preeminent members of the 14 women who work for NFL teams in football operations,” according to the Sporting News.