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Prominent former Vikings players, coaches and celebrities have sounded the Gjallarhorn, a tradition that dates back to 2007. What is a Gjallarhorn and how did the tradition come to be?
With tentative plans for a late July return for training camp, coordinators know only actual practices will gauge the progress or the ground to be gained of a remade Vikings defense.
Even if Dalvin Cook's holdout continues, Gary Kubiak said, he's not concerned with Cook's readiness for the opener, scheduled for Sept. 13 against the Packers.
Vikings star Adam Thielen knows his chance to play in the NFL came from tryouts he attended after playing at Minnesota State. But this year's top small college players don't have that option because of the pandemic.
Hundreds were served food and essential goods from diapers to dish soap Friday afternoon next to a heavily damaged Target and Cub Foods, where prominent Twin Cities sports figures volunteered.
The Vikings are one of a handful of teams that, at least on paper in May, got the short end of the NFL's schedule quirks.
While all major sports leagues have been delayed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic, the NFL is hopeful to kick off the season as usual Sept. 10
Seven starters from last year's playoff team will not return to the Vikings in 2020, creating opportunity for rookie newcomers and veteran holdovers alike.
Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman said K.J. Osborn, the team's fifth-round draft choice, is a well-rounded receiver, returner and leader lauded after only one season for Miami.
Undrafted free agent Quartney Davis of Texas A&M said it's an honor to inherit the No. 14 that Stefon Diggs wore with the Vikings.