Vikings’ Harrison Smith, Danielle Hunter And Dalvin Cook Selected To 2020 Pro BowlThree Minnesota Vikings have been selected to the 2020 Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida this January.
Thielen Catches Touchdown, Rudolph Shines At Pro BowlAdam Thielen caught a touchdown from Drew Brees and Kyle Rudolph had seven catches for 70 yards in Sunday's Pro Bowl.
Which Vikings Should Make The Pro Bowl?The Minnesota Vikings are off to a surprising 7-2 start, thanks to solid contributors up and down the roster.
Griffen Leads Vikings Pro Bowlers With 8 Tackles, 3 SacksThe NFC may not have won Sunday's Pro Bowl, but the Minnesota Vikings players who were there made their impact on the game.
Linval Joseph To Sub For Aaron Donald In Pro BowlMinnesota Vikings nose tackle Linval Joseph has been picked as an injury replacement on the NFC Pro Bowl team, for Aaron Donald of the Los Angeles Rams.
4 Vikings Selected For NFL Pro BowlDefensive end Everson Griffen, special teams player and wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson, cornerback Xavier Rhodes and safety Harrison Smith were all selected.
Bridgewater Throws 2 TD Passes In Pro Bowl VictoryVikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater threw a pair of touchdowns passes for Team Irvin in a 49-27 victory in the Pro Bowl Sunday in Hawaii.
Vikings' Barr, Bridgewater Selected To Pro BowlA day after Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith was selected to his first Pro Bowl, two more players found out they're heading to Hawaii. The Vikings announced Monday that linebacker Anthony Barr and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater have been selected to the Pro Bowl.
Vikings Safety Harrison Smith Named To 1st Pro BowlMinnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith will be heading to Hawaii -- and his first career Pro Bowl.
Vikings Everson Griffen Selected To Pro BowlAdrian Peterson is no longer the only member of the Minnesota Vikings headed to the Pro Bowl. It took another player's injury to get him there, but defensive end Everson Griffen is headed to Hawaii.
AP To Go Solo From Vikings In Pro BowlRunning back Adrian Peterson has been picked for the Pro Bowl, the only Minnesota Vikings representative this year. The rosters were announced Tuesday, and the selection of the NFL rushing leader was no surprise.
Vikings Want To Use Running Backs Differently The Rest Of The SeasonThe Minnesota Vikings enter the final three games of the season with two running backs that did not start the season on the active roster. Head coach Mike Zimmer would like to see more of what Joe Banyard and Ben Tate can bring the offense after the two combined for four carries in Sunday's win over the New York Jets. Also, after 97 scoreless NFL games, Jerome Felton scored his first career NFL touchdown.
Packers' Lacy Replaces Adrian Peterson In Pro BowlGreen Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy will replace Adrian Peterson at the Pro Bowl later this month. The Minnesota Vikings running back can't participate because of an injury. Lacy set franchise rookie records this season for rushing yards (1,178), rushing touchdowns (11) and rushing attempts (284).
Cordarrelle Patterson Makes Pro Bowl As Kick ReturnerThe Minnesota Vikings announced Friday that rookie Cordarrelle Patterson has been selected to the Pro Bowl. Patterson was selected to the roster as a return specialist, replacing Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Brown was also voted to the Pro Bowl as a wide receiver.
Peterson Voted To 6th Pro Bowl Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been voted to his sixth career Pro Bowl. The NFL made the announcement on Friday night. Voting was done by players, coaches and fans. Peterson has been voted in for all but one of his seven seasons.