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Vikings Make Use Of Old-Fashioned Screen PassThe Minnesota Vikings made all kinds of changes to their offense this season, from new linemen to new blocking strategies to a new backup quarterback.
Vikings' QB Teddy Bridegwater Returns To PracticeFor the first time in 14 months, Teddy Bridgewater participated in practice with the Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday.
4 Takeaways: Vikings Beat Packers, 23-10What a difference a couple weeks makes for the Minnesota Vikings.
After Big Win Over Packers, Vikings Fans Feeling OptimisticBarring the typical Minnesota sports bad luck, fans feel the road to a championship on home turf might be paved in purple and gold.
Mike Zimmer Says Teddy Bridgewater Will Practice WednesdayVikings coach Mike Zimmer said Monday that Teddy Bridgewater will be back at practice on Wednesday.
Vikings Topple Packers After Rodgers Suffers Broken CollarboneHarrison Smith led Minnesota's defense in a thorough dismantling of Green Bay, as the Vikings knocked Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers out of the game on Sunday with a broken collarbone during a 23-10 victory that drastically altered the course of the NFC North.
Diggs, Bradford Out Sunday Vs. PackersThe Vikings' offense has been ravaged by injuries this year – starting quarterback Sam Bradford has missed three games and played the first half of a fourth before being relieved, and rookie running back Dalvin Cook is out for the year with a torn ACL.
Lawmakers Probe Into U.S. Bank Stadium Security ShakeupA security guard working for Monterrey at U.S. Bank Stadium was wearing an ankle bracelet for making threats to the FBI in the past.
Kyle Rudolph's Celebration Creates Great Duck DebateIt's Kyle Rudolph's touchdown celebration that created the debate: Duck, Duck Goose or Duck, Duck Gray Duck?
Former Viking RB Adrian Peterson Sued After Defaulting On LoanA lawsuit filed in Minneapolis says former Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has defaulted on a $2.4 million loan.
Ahead Of Super Bowl, City Leaders Debate Short-Term Rental RegulationsIn just more than 3 months, the Twin Cities will host millions of visitors for the Super Bowl and new regulations may be in place for those looking for a place to stay on websites like Airbnb.
4 Takeaways: Vikings Beat Bears, 20-17It wasn't the prettiest, but you don't ever have to apologize for winning an NFL game. Especially when it's on the road.

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