With the NFL lockout offer, players from the Minnesota Vikings and other teams across the league started reporting to team facilities on Tuesday.
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.
Minnesota Vikings rookies Christian Ponder and Kyle Rudolph believe their work together this summer will help them overcome the practice time lost to the NFL lockout.
Hall of Fame defensive end Carl Eller and lawyers for retired NFL players joined labor talks Tuesday as signs mounted that the league’s four-month lockout might almost be over.
The NFL lockout could be over by next week, Kim Kardashian is in town with former Gopher Kris Humphries and the Wild is evaluating talent this week.
Hall of Fame defensive end Carl Eller says retired NFL players were “not looking for a fight” when they filed a lawsuit against the league and the players’ union earlier this month.
A group of retired football players has sent the NFL a letter asking to be a part of the collective bargaining negotiations.
NFL retirees say they have fresh complaints against the league and players they accuse of negotiating a new labor deal without them.
This is the time of year Tarvaris Jackson is used to facing all those questions about Brett Favre.
Chad Greenway plays for the Minnesota Vikings, and on the field is where he wants to be. Thus, he prepares this summer as if training camp will come as usual, despite the NFL lockout.
The federal magistrate judge who is mediating the labor dispute between NFL owners and players has scheduled another session for July 19 in Minneapolis.
Adam Weber has been stuck in lockout limbo.
Roger Goodell and DeMaurice Smith took their new buddy act on the road Wednesday, creating a buzz among rookies in Florida then returning to Minnesota for talks to try and end pro football’s labor impasse.
For more than four decades, the Vikings season for many fans has started in Mankato. But that yearly trip 60,000 fans make every year might not happen this summer.
The Minnesota Vikings have told Minnesota State University, Mankato, they plan to decide where to hold training camp by July 18.