The team ended its virtual offseason program this week, sending players away from the digital classroom with tentative plans for training camp in late July.
The Vikings recently sent educational resources about Juneteenth to employees and will consider keeping June 19 a company holiday moving forward.
Speaking up is what Ifeadi Odenigbo, the first member of his Nigerian family born in the United States, encourages most in the fight against police brutality and social injustice.
Two of the players are getting six-figure guarantees when bonuses and salary guarantees are combined, and this year's total is substantially higher than in 2019.
More Vikings players have been using social media and video to talk about the impact of George Floyd's death. Here's some of what's being said.
The team's roster turnover means there will be chances for rookies from first-round receiver Justin Jefferson to the undrafted free agents. A look at the ones most likely to stand out.
The Vikings will travel to New Orleans for a Dec. 25 game against the Saints, playing on a Friday for just the fourth time in franchise history.
The Vikings started the final round by taking defensive end Kenny Willekes from Michigan State and Iowa quarterback Nate Stanley.
After a draft choice swap with Baltimore, the Vikings took Oregon State offensive tackle Blake Brandel at No. 203 and Michigan safety Josh Metellus at No. 205.
The Vikings selected Harrison Hand with the 169th overall pick, their third cornerback of the draft, and added a Miami wide receiver who could also fill a need as a return specialist.
D.J. Wonnum of South Carolina, James Lynch of Baylor and Troy Dye of Oregon are the first addition to the defensive line since Everson Griffen announced his departure this month.
Washington’s Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams, who'd been discussed in Vikings trade talks, was traded to San Francisco just before today’s final round of the draft started.
Rick Spielman has three picks tonight — No. 58 (second round), No. 89 (third round), No. 105 (third round) — to further the Vikings’ roster repair. It’s unlikely they stay put, however.
If history keeps repeating itself the way it did on Thursday night, Aaron Rodgers will be looking to stick it to the Packers after they traded up to draft a quarterback.
Pretty soon, predicting will be replaced by actual picking. In the meantime, fans have last-minute questions about the draft, including one about Antoine Winfield Jr. and the Vikings.
The team’s owners this week are making a $1 million contribution to United Way Worldwide, an organization recommended by the NFL as part of a fundraising campaign tied to this week’s NFL draft.
Among things that Vikings fans want to know is which hole is bigger: The loss of Stefon Diggs or the departure of several key defensive players.
Former Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, the only non-quarterback to win a NFL Most Valuable Player award during the past decade, was one of eight unanimous selections.
The Thielen Foundation has committed an additional $75,000 to Minnesota COVID-19 relief efforts and announced plans to help raise more money through an April 9 radiothon in conjunction with KFAN.
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.