Monday, December 5, 2016

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Dates for offseason workouts, OTAs, and minicamp

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The Minnesota Vikings won’t christen U.S. Bank Stadium until the start of the 2016 regular season, but they will return to Winter Park long before the opening of their brand new home in downtown Minneapolis. As first reported by ESPN’s Ben Goessling, the Vikings will begin offseason workouts just 17 days from now, on April 18. He also shared the team’s full schedule through June, as follows:

  • Offseason Workouts — April 18
  • Organized Team Activities (OTAs) — May 24-26, May 31-June 2 and June 6-9
  • Mandatory Minicamp — June 14-16

This offseason will likely be much calmer than the last, when Adrian Peterson held out through the beginning of June. When he finally returned to the practice field, the Vikings were well into their offseason program and looking ahead to training camp.

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Finally the NFL Draft is here! Well, almost.

At least now the league’s annual event is less than one month away from taking place. Soon enough, each team will do their best at selecting the right players to add to their roster and then the Cleveland Browns will end the careers of a new set of rookies.

Unlike the New England Patriots, the Minnesota Vikings have not made an enemy of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and are going to be allowed to keep their first round selection in this year’s draft. With their very first draft pick in 2016, will the Vikings keep it boring or will they use the selection to become the talk of the league after the draft’s opening night?

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Long time linebacker Chad Greenway has agreed to return to the Vikings on a one year deal.

Greenway’s return to the team leaves very little question about the Vikings ‘starting’ three linebackers entering the final month prior to the 2016 NFL draft.

favorite first round memories
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The 2016 NFL Draft is less than a month away, making now the perfect time to reflect on prior draft day experiences. To celebrate the peak of the offseason, I’ve asked the Vikings Territory team to share their favorite first round memories and recall the one moment in Minnesota Vikings draft history that stands out in their minds.

What’s your favorite Minnesota Vikings draft night (Round 1) memory?

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As a three-year starter for the Fighting Irish, Nick Martin boasts impressive leadership, intelligence and toughness that general managers and offensive line coaches covet at the center position. Martin, a two time team captain, made all the protection calls and consistently put his unit in the best position to pick up stunts and blitzes. Martin also offers position versatility with starting experience at both guard positions.

Nick Martin | Center, Notre Dame

Measurements

Height – 6′ 4″
Weight – 300 lbs.
Year – Senior.

At First Glance

Notre Dame Offensive Lineman Of The Year.

Rimington Trophy Watch List.

Lombardi Trophy Watch List.

Projected Round:

2nd Round

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