Reporter | Minnesota Vikings

Krammer, a 2013 graduate of the University of Minnesota's Journalism program, got his start covering local news through internships for the Star Tribune and Pioneer Press in St. Paul. Krammer was born on the east coast, raised on the west coast and ended up in the middle. He transitioned to his first love, sports, by taking over the Vikings beat at 1500 ESPN in Minneapolis prior to joining the Star Tribune's coverage in July 2016. You can find him at a local barbecue joint, Anytime Fitness or national park (during the Vikings' offseason).


Podcast: Previewing the Vikings' London trip to face the Saints

Andrew Krammer and Michael Rand discuss how the Vikings stack up against the Saints in London, and open the mailbag to answer your questions on the latest Access Vikings podcast.


When Lions locked on Jefferson, Vikings took advantage and won

Justin Jefferson was held to a career-low 14 yards on three catches against the Lions. But the Vikings found ways to work around his lack of production. How did they do it?


Cook has dislocated shoulder; Harrison Smith expected to return vs. Saints

Running back Dalvin Cook will be monitored throughout the week with the hope that he'll be fit to play in Sunday's game against the Saints in London.


Vikings' Cook exits win against Lions with shoulder injury

Dalvin Cook finished with 96 rushing yards and a touchdown as a focal point of the Minnesota Vikings offense, but he injured his shoulder while fumbling.


Podcast: Kirk Cousins has another late-game save against the Lions

Ben Goessling, Andrew Krammer and La Velle E. Neal discuss the Vikings' 28-24 win from U.S. Bank Stadium, where quarterback Kirk Cousins helped put away the Lions.


Metellus, in first NFL start, helps Vikings secondary stop the bleeding

Josh Metellus replaced safety Harrison Smith and helped a beleaguered Minnesota Vikings secondary stop another bad start against the Lions.


Vikings-Lions inactives: Eric Kendricks will play through toe injury

Kendricks was a late addition to the injury report Friday with a toe issue that limited him in practice. The Vikings defense will not have safety Harrison Smith against the Lions.


Vikings safety Harrison Smith ruled out of Lions game due to concussion

Head coach Kevin O'Connell did not say who would start in Smith's place: Josh Metellus or first-round pick Lewis Cine.


Vikings confident problems with blown pass coverage have been solved

Defensive coordinator Ed Donatell defended his approach vs. Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, who had 390 yards from scrimmage vs. the Vikings, and said he's not concerned with "missed assignments."


Vikings brace for Lions' blitz amid Kirk Cousins' recent struggles

Cousins completed only three of 11 passes for 20 yards and two interceptions against Eagles rushes of five players or more. Up next is a Lions defense that has blitzed more than every team but one so far.