The veterans on the Minnesota Vikings defense are still significant contributors. Jared Allen, Chad Greenway, Kevin Williams and Antoine Winfield continue to make their mark.
The Minnesota Vikings ride an impressive two-game winning streak into its Week 5 matchup against the lowly Tennessee Titans at Mall of America Field. The Titans boast one of the most explosive running backs in the NFL. But before last week’s big game, Chris Johnson has struggled to get yards behind an underperforming offensive line.
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.
The Minnesota Vikings hit the road for the first time in 2012. It is set to battle the NFL’s worst team last season, the Indianapolis Colts, at Lucas Oil Stadium with the chance to improve to 2-0.
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.
E.J. Henderson is one of a handful of notable Minnesota Vikings veterans who could be approaching their last game with the team this weekend.
When Kevin Williams sacked Carson Palmer last weekend, it snapped a 21-game sackless streak for the Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Green Bay Packers are coming into Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings at 6-0, with a franchise-tying 12 straight wins. The Packers, now lead by quarterback Aaron Rodger, has won seven […]
Kevin Williams had to sit at home and watch from his couch as the Minnesota Vikings dropped the first two games of the season.
Kevin Williams has been a regular at Target Center this season while watching the Minnesota Lynx dominate the WNBA.
The Minnesota Vikings have waived defensive end Adrian Awasom to make room for defensive tackle Kevin Williams.
Kevin Williams can’t wait to get out on to the field with his Minnesota Vikings teammates for the first time this season after missing the first two games because of a suspension.
Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams has been suspended for the first two games of the regular season for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances, ending a three-year court fight.
The Minnesota Vikings took a chance when they selected Iowa defensive tackle Christian Ballard in the fourth round of April’s draft. The early returns have been nothing but favorable.