Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson surpassed the 10,000 yard rushing plateau. He is the 28th player in league history and third quickest to do so. He is grateful for his God-given talent and blessed to have had the players around him to make it happen. Erin Henderson returned last week after missing the previous week with personal reasons, but did not play Sunday against the Chicago Bears. Cordarrelle Patterson’s role in the Vikings offense continues to expand.
The Minnesota Vikings are in the heat of the playoff chase, but they also need to think about the future. The Vikings need to make a decision on several free agents and how to improve several areas.
Former Vikings player Bryant McKinnie is reportedly being sued by rapper Trick Daddy’s father for racking up an approximately $375,000 tab at various south Florida strip clubs.
The Minnesota Vikings signed Charlie Johnson, a former tight end recruit out of high school, to provide depth and experience on its offensive line in 2011. He is the oldest starting offensive lineman and only one reserve is older.
Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier has had several difficult decisions to make in his first year on the job.
Offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie has signed a two-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens after passing his physical.
McKinnie was cut in training camp by the Minnesota Vikings after he reported overweight. He played nine seasons for the Vikings, starting in 131 games.
The Baltimore Ravens and offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie have agreed on a two-year deal, pending him passing a physical.
Leslie Frazier insists he wasn’t trying to send a message when left tackle Bryant McKinnie, a fixture on the Minnesota Vikings offensive line for the past nine years, was abruptly released two days into Frazier’s first training camp as a head coach.
The Vikings released Bryant McKinnie. He loved Twitter. City Pages put together a great article on what McKinnie did during the lockout.
The Minnesota Vikings have cut left tackle Bryant McKinnie from the roster.
Receiver Bernard Berrian and left tackle Bryant McKinnie both sat out the Minnesota Vikings’ first training camp practice of 2011 on Monday, for vastly different reasons.
WCCO’s Eric Nelson spoke with some Vikings players about what it was like playing outdoor football in Minnesota.
The last time Julius Peppers lined up across from Minnesota’s mountainous left tackle Bryant McKinnie, Peppers had his way.
Here are the reactions from some of the Viking players after the team’s 24-21 victory over Dallas on Sunday: The star of the defense Sunday was E.J. Henderson who picked off two Tony Romo passes. […]
Wednesday night, Mike talked with Vikings OL Bryant McKinnie about this weekends game vs. Miami, and Bryant’s new hobby… tennis?! Take a listen…