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Vikings RB Latavius Murray Has Ankle SurgeryThe Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday that newly-signed running back Latavius Murray had surgery on his ankle.
Vikings Finalize Extension With WR Adam ThielenThe Minnesota Vikings have finalized their contract extension with wide receiver Adam Thielen.
'Approaching The Finish Line': Age-Defying Newman Returns To VikingsTerence Newman wasn't ready to be done with the NFL, mentally or physically, but the desire to continue his career was only as good as a team's interest in him.
With Signing Of Latavius Murray, Vikings Bid Adrian Peterson FarewellAdrian Peterson has taken his final handoff for Minnesota, a 10-year run featuring a league MVP award, plenty of off-the-field drama and a franchise-leading 11,747 yards rushing over 123 regular-season games.
In First 24 Hours, More Than 7,000 Volunteer For MN Super BowlThe Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee doesn't seem to be having too much trouble finding volunteers for Super Bowl LII.
4 Things To Know: 'America First' Budget, Vikings RB Signing & MoreFrom the White House set to release new budget outline to the Minnesota Vikings signing a running back, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, March 16.
Vikings Sign RB Latavius Murray, Former RaiderThe Minnesota Vikings have signed former Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray.
Vikings Re-Sign WR Adam ThielenAfter having the best season of his NFL career, wide receiver Adam Thielen is reportedly staying with the Minnesota Vikings.
Vikings Agree To Terms With CB Terence NewmanThe Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday that they've agreed to terms to bring back cornerback Terence Newman.
Lawmakers Working On Tax Breaks For Super Bowl LIIState lawmakers are advancing tax breaks for Super Bowl-related events ahead of next year's big game in Minnesota.
Vikings Sign Former Packers DE Datone JonesThe Minnesota Vikings announced Tuesday they've signed free agent defensive end Datone Jones.
Patterson Aims To Show Raiders He Does More Than Return KicksWhen the Oakland Raiders told him they wanted to get more out of him as a big-play wide receiver, he jumped at the chance to sign a two-year deal as a free agent.

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