Let the speculation begin — or continue. The Vikings have two picks in the first round, and Vikings GM Rick Spielman met with the media on Tuesday for his annual draft press conference.
The Minnesota Vikings have two picks in the first round of the NFL draft and one big hole in the middle of their defense.
Vikings general manager Rick Spielman can’t say it enough: Percy Harvin will remain in Minnesota, and he’s not going to discuss contracts in public.
Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman says the team has “no intent” of trading wide receiver Percy Harvin.
Minnesota general manager Rick Spielman said Thursday the organization has no concerns about Percy Harvin’s character or attitude with a pivotal offseason ahead for the wide receiver’s future with the Vikings.
The Minnesota Vikings signed John Carlson to a long term in March, but several injuries have made fans wonder if it was a good signing. It is somewhat ironic that his role with the Vikings should expand due to a concussion to Kyle Rudolph.
The Minnesota Vikings are in the process of rebuilding for the future. The process began with the 2012 NFL Draft. The Vikings selected nine players in the draft – lost one to a devastating knee injury – and claimed another off waivers.
Mistral Raymond’s life could have taken a turn for the worse, if not for his grandmother and football. The second-year safety endured tragedy during college. Now, this season an ankle injury has tested his mental fortitude.
Vikings GM Rick Spielman walked down the Metrodome stairs to the locker room after Minnesota’s victory over the Detroit Lions with a look of relief more than excitement washed over his face.
Jasper Brinkley has assumed the starting middle linebacker role with the Minnesota Vikings. Here’s how he got there.
One determining factor with where Zach Parise could end up is up-front money – as in who will guarantee an early signing bonus that protects him against a possible lock out. New Jersey has financial difficulties, but going to the finals may make it intriguing to stay.
Rhett Ellison wasn’t even watching the NFL draft on Saturday afternoon when the Minnesota Vikings came on the clock for the second time in the fourth round.
The Minnesota Vikings moved down in the draft and still found their man. The Vikings took USC left tackle Matt Kalil on Thursday night after trading their third overall pick to the Browns for the fourth overall selection.
In the consensus view of this year’s NFL draft, the Minnesota Vikings will select USC’s Matt Kalil with the third pick to be their cornerstone left tackle for the next decade.
The Minnesota Vikings have been making plenty of moves this offseason. They’re just not the kind of transactions that bring much attention.
The Minnesota Vikings have re-signed backup defensive tackle Fred Evans.
The Minnesota Vikings need wide receivers. Just not Randy Moss.
George Paton has pulled his name out of the running for the St. Louis Rams’ general manager job to remain with the Minnesota Vikings.
The leaders of the Minnesota Vikings looked around the league and decided the traditional front office has proven to work for many other teams.
If the Minnesota Vikings were ever tempted to ignore the old take-the-best-player-available strategy and focus on a particular position in the first round of the draft, this would surely be the year.