The Minnesota Vikings signed Jerome Simpson in April. He is expected to be a game-changing deep threat to stretch the field, but when the Vikings signed him, they knew that a suspension was imminent.
The Minnesota Vikings do not have the deepest or most talented receiving group in the NFL, so a veteran receiver with a big body that does not have a prima donna attitude to stunt the development of its second-year quarterback is a good guy to have for the Vikings.
The Minnesota Vikings have been down all year. Now they’re even more depleted.
Hear interviews from the Vikings players and head coach Leslie Frazier after Sunday’s loss to the San Diego Chargers.
He’s got a spot on the team but he wants to be a difference-maker. That’s the hope for Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Michael Jenkins.
Here’s a little-known piece of background on wide receiver Michael Jenkins: He picked up bowling as a hobby in college.
The Minnesota Vikings have signed free agent wide receiver Michael Jenkins to a three-year deal to bolster the team’s depth at the position.