Minnesota Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway has been fined $21,000 by the NFL for unnecessary roughness.
The Minnesota Vikings are off to an impressive start to the season. Very few thought the Vikings would be atop the NFC North Division standings after four weeks. The Vikings are led by Percy Harvin on offense, Chad Greenway on defense and Blair Walsh on special teams.
Chad Greenway was picked as an injury replacement for the Pro Bowl last season. He was credited with a career-high 174 tackles. That certainly wasn’t his best year, though.
The Minnesota Vikings once had a prominent place in the NFL’s publicity machine, furiously but fruitlessly chasing a championship with a famous, flashy and combustible cast.
Preseason games can be difficult to analyze and often misleading, but no NFL team feels good about allowing 260 yards rushing in one night. That’s what happened to the Minnesota Vikings in San Francisco last Friday while losing to the 49ers, so there was no secret about what the defensive coaches harped on in their weekend review with the players.
The Minnesota Vikings accelerated their rebuilding project this year with an aggressive purge of expensive veteran starters. Kevin Williams, though, didn’t worry.
Training camp starts Thursday and Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway has had one of those years where he has seen everything.
It was a day of twists and turns for the Vikings stadium at the Capitol on Wednesday. The bill got a going over by the Senate Finance Committee, and some star Vikings players made their own push for a new stadium to play in.
Minnesota Vikings’ linebacker Chad Greenway is heading to his first Pro Bowl.
The Minnesota Vikings have a back-to-basics approach on defense this week.
The Minnesota Vikings and LB Chad Greenway have agreed to a long-term contract extension that will keep the fan favorite in purple and gold for several years, according to the team.
The Minnesota Vikings will be without backup linebacker Jasper Brinkley for a while.
Chad Greenway plays for the Minnesota Vikings, and on the field is where he wants to be. Thus, he prepares this summer as if training camp will come as usual, despite the NFL lockout.
The Minnesota Vikings placed the franchise tag on Chad Greenway on Monday, backing up their offseason statements about wanting to keep the 28-year-old linebacker in purple.
Chad Greenway’s career could have been over before it started.