The countdown is on to Friday night’s home opener for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
For the first time in 14 months, Teddy Bridgewater participated in practice with the Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday.
He was a comet that turned everyone’s head at Johnson High School in St. Paul, then went on to glory and riches with a professional career.
It’s Kyle Rudolph’s touchdown celebration that created the debate: Duck, Duck Goose or Duck, Duck Gray Duck?
If it wasn’t for bad luck, the Vikings would not have had much luck over the past couple of years.
A big part of the Vikings success this season is a defensive line that’s getting after the quarterback, and tackle Linval Joseph is no small part of that.
Michael Floyd’s four game suspension is over. Now it’s time to play for his hometown team.
The NHL season is back, and the Wild will try to start it right in Detroit — where the team is opening a new arena — but that’s just the first step.
From the opening night of the WNBA season, the Minnesota Lynx and L.A. Sparks have been on a collision course.
Gentry Academy is a private school that boasts strong programs in several sports, started by a family that wanted to offer something unique.
The question of which Viking will play quarterback doesn’t seem like it’s much of a quandary, given Case Keenum’s last performance.
PJ Fleck coaches his first Big 10 game Saturday as the Gophers host Maryland at TCF Bank Stadium.
A marathon runner with her PHD, she helps counsel athletes on the mental side, including members of the Vikings.
A few years ago, Mark Porter took a new job as the superintendent of Monroe County and the schools of the Florida Keys.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford earned the title of NFC Offensive Player of the Week following his performance Monday night in the team’s home opener against the Saints.
C.J. Ham came to the Vikings to play running back. They moved him to fullback — and that meant opportunity.
Monday night he will reacquaint himself with Adrian Peterson. The two grew up in Texas, played against each other in college — and oh yeah, with the Minnesota Vikings.
Larry Thompson won two state titles coaching at Lakeville’s football team.
The first team offense was ineffective in the preseason, and still searching for some solutions.
A group that has not played much together and features a rookie center next to an inexperienced guard.
LeRoy Brown, who turns 104 next week, helped bring private schools into the Minnesota State High School League.
Osseo High School did the unthinkable two years ago: they won a state football title with head coach Derrin Lamker.
Marcus Sherels might be the softest spoken veteran defensive back in the league. Ask about his longevity, it’s all vague and simple.
Quinton Hooker was a dominant guard at Park Center High School in basketball. moved on to the University of North Dakota and now wants to move on to another level.
P.J. Fleck takes inventory every day, every practice, at every drill. What he sees is a team far from a finished product, with a long way to go.