The NFL isn't doing anything wrong by conducting its business at a safe distance in our current low-speed world. Nor is it behaving admirably as some sort of heroic distraction.
Questions about Anthony Harris, free agents still on the market, the draft and more were on the minds on Vikings fans asking questions for this week's mailbag.
with two additional wild-card teams in the Super Bowl chase.
Let's go to the tape.
There's an "i" in cliché, but this is all about team, and columnist Jim Souhan is a team-first guy, but it's a business and he's got to be able to feed his family.
The coronavirus outbreak is turning the draft process into a throwback way of doing business. Coaches and scouts are having to trust their eyes and judge a player by how he performed in games.
As the Vikings try to fill the void left by Stefon Diggs' exit, what are realistic expectations for their new wide receiver?
Free agent safety Eric Reid wants the NFL's new collective bargaining agreement invalidated over language added following ratification of the pact earlier this month.
The Green Bay Packers are keeping running back/return specialist Tyler Ervin.
Kirk Cousins' return under center for a third season could help give the Vikings a leg up on their competition.
His Vikings linemate Tim Irwin called the late guard "my left arm."
The former Lions running back, who played behind Dalvin Cook and Alexander Mattison, also was the Vikings’ top kick return man.
The Detroit Lions agreed to terms with wide receiver Geronimo Allison.
There's a link in the Vikings offense to Tennessee -- where Tajae Sharpe played for four seasons -- that runs through, of all places, Green Bay.
Tausch, a second-round draft choice who played guard for the Vikings and won a Super Bowl with San Francisco, died Wednesday night at his home in Texas.
The Minnesota Vikings have signed veteran guard Dakota Dozier.
Ten Star Tribune staff members gathered after work (or during work for some) for a Virtual Happy Hour in which they compiled a list by holding a draft of the best sports movies. Here are their picks, video clips and more.
Ben Goessling, Andrew Krammer and Michael Rand keep their social distance while discussing Everson Griffen's departure, the Vikings' plan with safety Anthony Harris and the Michael Pierce signing.
Roger Goodell distributed an NFL-wide memo saying the draft will go on as planned while warning that anyone who criticizes the plan publicly “serves no useful purpose and is grounds for disciplinary action.”
Teddy Bridgewater took the long way around, recovering from a catastrophic knee injury to reclaim an NFL starting quarterback job.
The Vikings are bringing offensive lineman Brett Jones back on a one-year deal worth the veteran minimum ($910,000), a source confirmed.