The Minnesota Vikings had full control of the game after the opening drive, but the Seattle Seahawks took momentum midway through the first quarter. The Vikings were unable slow the Seahawks before falling 30-20 Sunday at CenturyLink Field.
The Minnesota Vikings start the second half of the season with a trip to the west coast. The Vikings lead the Seattle Seahawks by one game in the standings for a wild card spot. The most intriguing aspect of the game is the battle between the NFL’s top two rushers this season.
The Minnesota Vikings head west to face the Seattle Seahawks Sunday. It will see former Vikings Sidney Rice for the first time since he left as a free agent in 2010. The Vikings may have its opening day starting strong safety Mistral Raymond back from an ankle injury.
Jasper Brinkley has assumed the starting middle linebacker role with the Minnesota Vikings. Here’s how he got there.
The Minnesota Vikings have been awarded two compensatory fourth-round selections for the NFL draft next month, 128th and 134th overall, giving them a total of 10 picks.
Tarvaris Jackson was jerked around enough during his five seasons in Minnesota that it’s understandable he craves a good performance against his former team.
Sidney Rice is headed west to join former Minnesota teammate Tarvaris Jackson with the Seattle Seahawks.
The Minnesota Vikings have tendered qualifying offers to seven players, including wide receiver Sidney Rice, safety Husain Abdullah, defensive end Ray Edwards and linebacker Erin Henderson.
Brett Favre wasn’t the only inactive player for Minnesota in its game against the Detroit Lions. Wide receiver Sidney Rice also was out with a concussion.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin is dealing with another migraine headache.
Tarvaris Jackson, Sidney Rice and E.J. Henderson will be just a few Minnesota Vikings participating in a “Play 60″ clinic at Catholic Charities-St. Joseph’s Home for Children in Minneapolis.
The Minnesota Vikings have activated wide receiver Sidney Rice.
The mystery about whether wide receiver Sidney Rice will play for the Minnesota Vikings this season is down to its final days.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice bristled at the notion that he’s taking his time to come back from hip surgery, saying Wednesday he wants nothing more than to play against the Packers this weekend.
A trio of Vikings interviews – Adrian Peterson, Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin.