We could see musical chairs among kickers around the league with the Vikings among teams likely eyeing free-agent options led by Matt Bryant, Stephen Gostkowski, Robbie Gould and Bailey.
This time around, the Vikings won’t be guaranteeing anybody $84 million. But some pivotal roster decisions need to be made in the coming weeks.
The best offensive linemen typically don’t become available, but there are more than a handful of probable unrestricted free agents who could intrigue the Vikings.
The Vikings’ hiring of Gary and Klint Kubiak was welcome news to Kyle Sloter, who has big goals for someone who has never taken a snap during a regular-season NFL game.
While the contract did extend the marriage between the Vikings and Griffen on paper, its structure did something else: It guaranteed the Vikings the kind of leverage they could exert over Griffen in the coming weeks.
Riley Reiff had a poor second season in Minnesota plagued by a foot injury he played through during the first half of the schedule.
Former Vikings guard Steve Hutchinson will have to wait at least another year on the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But there is some good news for Hutch and his fans.
Teams coached by recently added assistant Gary Kubiak teams have long prioritized zone running schemes that helped make Terrell Davis a Hall of Famer and turned Arian Foster into an elite rusher.
The surprising emergence of rookie Brian O’Neill as a starter at right tackle was the sole bright spot in an offensive line that clearly needs more help before the 2019 season.
Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs became only the seventh duo in NFL history to each catch 100 passes apiece in a season.
Talent wasn’t the issue for Vikings' tight ends and running backs. But opportunities and situations were consistent limits.
The Vikings collectively failed during Kirk Cousins' first season in Minnesota, with the team ranking 19th in scoring and 26th in both third downs and in red zone performance.
The Vikings defense became the NFL’s first since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1998 and 1999 to force the fewest passing touchdowns in back-to-back seasons.
At the center of the Vikings’ defensive issues to begin 2018 were a pair of linebackers either running toward or put into the wrong places at the wrong times.
Danielle Hunter emerged as one of the top pass rushers in the NFL while several others on the defensive line didn't stand out during the disappointing season.
Former Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter, whose name emerged Monday as a candidate to replace Kevin Stefanski with the Vikings, reportedly has a job offer from Atlanta.
Danielle Hunter can add an All-Pro selection to his career year. Hunter was voted as a second-team All-Pro pick by a national panel of 50…
A year after being named a first-team All-Pro cornerback, Xavier Rhodes had a career-low seven pass deflections in 14 games for the Vikings this season.…
The Vikings' fall, from a 13-3 season in 2017 to an 8-7-1 record and missing the playoffs in 2018, is bound to produce offseason questions.…
Rookie cornerback Holton Hill will be put in another big spot Sunday against the Bears, since the Vikings' top corner is inactive. Xavier Rhodes will…