Minnesota coach Jerry Kill hasn’t hesitated to single out the position that’s the most critical toward the team’s improvement this season.
Percy Harvin’s kickoff returning ability turned into a hidden talent last year.
The sun was bright, the breeze was blowing and smiles were abundant as the Minnesota Vikings wrapped up their offseason program.
Star receiver Percy Harvin is voicing some frustrations with the Minnesota Vikings at the team’s first day of a mandatory minicamp.
Percy Harvin says his surgically repaired shoulder “feels great” and he hopes to join the Minnesota Vikings for optional practices as soon as next week.
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 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 receiver Devin Aromashodu to a one-year deal. The team announced the deal on Wednesday.
Da’Jon McKnight has come a long way since that day in high school detention hall. He’ll finish his career at Minnesota this weekend without regret, even if his senior year didn’t unfold as he wanted.
Percy Harvin needed the bye week as much as any other Minnesota Vikings player.
A week after the Vikings let go of Bernard Berrian, the wide receiver was hit with lawsuit. An interior design company filed the suit, claiming Berrian did not pay his bill.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Bernard Berrian isn’t backing down from a Twitter spat with a fan who happens to be a state lawmaker and supporter of a new stadium.
If Percy Harvin gets his way, he will be returning kicks for the Minnesota Vikings in the season opener at San Diego on Sunday.
He’s got a spot on the team but he wants to be a difference-maker. That’s the hope for Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Michael Jenkins.
Sidney Rice’s departure for Seattle created opportunity for Minnesota Viking wide receivers. One guy trying to capitalize on his chance is second-year wideout Jaymar Johnson.