Some very deserving families will have a turkey on the table this holiday season. Former Minnesota Vikings player E.J. Henderson, with the help of Cub Foods, is giving away thousands of turkeys to families in need. Henderson kicked off the season of giving Tuesday morning, hanging out and bringing a smile to a number of families in attendance.
The Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday that former Pro Bowl linebacker E.J. Henderson has been named the team’s Youth Football Manager.
Thousands of families in the Twin Cities will now get to have a Thanksgiving dinner. The E.J. Henderson Youth Foundation hosted a turkey giveaway Tuesday morning, at the Cub Foods in North Minneapolis.
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Former Minnesota Vikings linebacker E.J. Henderson will join Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak in his fight against illegal-gun violence in the city.
One player that has held a spot for the Vikings the past nine seasons is looking for work.
There are people growing more concerned that the Vikings new stadium works for baseball, and that it could become a tough point of contention in the overall cost.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will miss Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos with a high ankle sprain, and receiver Percy Harvin is listed as questionable with an illness.
Minnesota Vikings cornerback Antoine Winfield returned to practice for the first time since Sept. 30 as he tries to work his way back from a neck injury.
Minnesota Vikings middle linebacker E.J. Henderson has been cleared to play against Tampa Bay despite left knee soreness.
Vikings linebacker E.J. Henderson missed his second straight day of practice on Friday with soreness in his left knee.
Minnesota Vikings linebacker E.J. Henderson will have an X-ray on his sore knee to make sure he doesn’t have a serious injury.
The Minnesota Vikings will be without backup linebacker Jasper Brinkley for a while.
Minnesota Vikings linebacker E.J. Henderson is a late addition to the NFC Pro Bowl team, capping a remarkable comeback from a badly broken left leg.
When E.J. Henderson was wheeled out of the trauma unit at an Arizona hospital, a titanium rod in his left leg where his thigh bone used to be, the Minnesota Vikings really didn’t know what to do next.