The Minnesota Vikings could have safety Mistral Raymond back in action this weekend, one step toward some depth in a secondary that’s sure to be tested during the second half of the season.
The Minnesota Vikings weren’t supposed to be in first place this season. Not even five games in.
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.
Adrian Peterson was as wide open as anyone has ever been in the NFL.
There is one thing that dwarfs all other issues with the Vikings in this preseason: is Christian Ponder ready to be big time? And to be there, he has to have great confidence. And that’s where it gets sticky.
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.
Vikings stadium point-man Lester Bagley joined Dave Lee Friday on the WCCO Morning News.
This is sure to become a viral video, at least in Minnesota and Wisconsin. A little girl cries while telling her mama that the Packers beat the Vikings.
Viking Chief Marketing Officer Steve LaCroix joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News to talk about a sudden opening for the 2011 season.
It’s official. Leslie Frazier will permanently assume the role he was temporarily filling throughout the last part of the Minnesota Vikings’ 2010 season.
Vikings fans are starting early to find seats for Monday’s game at TCF Bank Stadium. The gates don’t open until 5 p.m., but several fans lingered around the stadium Monday morning to check out the seating.
Minneapolis liquor store owner George Medich says he doesn’t know what happens to his little liquor bottles after they’re purchased, but he has an idea.
The Minnesota Vikings unveiled their list of the all-time 50 greatest Vikings players on Sunday night.
Vikings fans can expect a cold night at the Vikings-Bears game Monday. Temperatures are expected to hover in the teens, with the addition of several inches of snow.
Minnesotans often brag about surviving the state’s brutal winters, but for the past three decades, their pro football team has played in the shielded warmth of the Metrodome.