In all of footballdom, there are five touchdown celebrations that rise above the rest.
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There are a large number of high-profile players who, due to injuries or poor performance, disappointed last season. Here are 10 who are poised to return to form this year.
Vikings wide receiver Jerome Simpson has his legs back, which means he can go deep again. “Really it was just rest for me. And then just after that getting treatment and just trying to stay off it as much as possible,” Simpsons said. “We have great trainers here, so they told me the right things to do.” You could see it this summer when he worked out at Larry Fitzgerald’s camp. Simpson looked like he loved the game again, and loved running routes.
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Matt Spaeth is part of the group working at Larry Fitzgerald’s camp. Sit with him and you realize that the young man now has some years in this game. “It’s been a whirlwind to think this is year seven for me. I was just talking to somebody else, I don’t want to say this, but I’m coming up on 30 and to think I’ll be 30 playing in the NFL is just amazing. It’s been a dream come true,” Spaeth said.
Two pro athletes with Minnesota ties had teamed up to show their support for breast cancer awareness, and they’re showing off the results of their efforts.
In an expression of his support for October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, two-time NBA All-Star and Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love shaved his head as part of his “Spreadlove” community outreach program.
The Minnesota Vikings play the Arizona Cardinals Sunday at Mall of America Field. The Cardinals enter the game on a two-game losing streak, including a loss on the road. The Vikings defense has a huge advantage in the trenches and the pass rushers should be the difference.
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A few days before the start of training camp, Minnesota native Larry Fitzgerald had a quick little trip to make — halfway around the world to Uganda for some charity work alongside former President Clinton.
This wasn’t the start to the season that Larry Fitzgerald or Adrian Peterson envisioned when they put their signatures on those big new contracts that could pay them each nine figures over the length of their deals.
Is Adrian Peterson looking for a new contract? Who was the surprise guest at a football camp from the entertainment world? Mike Max answers those questions in this week’s news and notes.
A number of Vikings players are working out, including rookie quarterback Christian Ponder. And in a summer full of uncertainty with the NFL lockout, Ponder is finally starting to build a sense of chemistry with his future teammates.