Special teams coach Mike Priefer has been back on the practice field for the Minnesota Vikings this week, coaching a group of players that struggled last weekend against New England and spending long hours at the office formulating a game plan for the New Orleans Saints.
The Minnesota Vikings have retained a former chief justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court and a former federal trial attorney to conduct an investigation into Chris Kluwe’s allegations that he was released from the team due to his support of gay marriage.
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Former Vikings punter Chris Kluwe said he was cut from the team due to his public support for gay marriage, calling special teams coach Mike Priefer a “bigot” and general manager Rick Spielman and former head coach Leslie Frazier “cowards,” according to his tell-all Deadline article Thursday.
The Vikings continue their work in Mankato, and while most rookies fight for a spot on the team or for playing time, one already knows he’s the man at his position. The question is, “Can he deliver?”
The Minnesota Vikings have signed three more draft picks, including punter Jeff Locke of UCLA.
The Minnesota Vikings released punter Chris Kluwe after eight years with team and after the team drafted a punter in this year’s draft.
Ever since the Minnesota Vikings drafted USC’s punter Jeff Locke, there has been speculation that Chris Kluwe’s days in Minnesota were numbered. Those speculations were correct.
Chris Kluwe’s eventful run as Minnesota Vikings punter may have come to an end on the final day of the NFL draft on Saturday.
The Minnesota Vikings have selected Penn State linebacker Gerald Hodges with the 120th overall selection in the fourth round.
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe’s latest campaign for a cause isn’t sitting well with his position coach.
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe continued his campaign to get punter Ray Guy into the Hall of Fame by writing “Vote Ray Guy” on his jersey patch commemorating the Hall of Fame.
Chris Kluwe still has his day job. He just hasn’t been doing it as well as he and the Vikings would like.
He’s being called the “unlikely spokesperson” for the pro-gay marriage cause.
Cut down days have come and gone and Chris Kluwe’s still there. And he’s still doing what he’s done. The Vikings’ Chris Kluwe is an almost unnoticed fixture with the team: he’s quiet on the field, and is interesting off.