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Vikings Training Camp Preview

In just 11 days, the Minnesota Vikings open training camp on the Minnesota State, Mankato campus. Rookie practices begin on Monday, July 24th and full team practices start Thursday, July 27th.

As usual, this time of year has brought optimism to the Vikings and their fans. But this year, things seem different. There’s good reason to be excited, as the offseason resulted in refreshing roster replacements, an influx of young talent, and a promising outlook on lovable quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

To recap the offseason moves, Minnesota added free agents Latavius Murray, Riley Reiff, Datone Jones, Michael Floyd, and Mike Remmers.

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Episode 80

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BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald tackle the quarterback and running back positions in the first installment of a segment geared to get Minnesota Vikings fans prepared for training camp. Also included is a discussion regarding where Sam Bradford should rank relative to his peers and some Adrian Peterson speculation.

Episode 80 is sponsored by local stand-up comic Brendan Gay — Catch the LIVE recording of his first comedy special at the Joke Joint Comedy Club (Lilydale, Minn.) on August 10th! Use to the promo code “BRENDAN” to get 40% off your ticket on the Joke Joint Comedy Club official website!


  1. Intro: The Agenda (0:00)
  2. Advertising: See Local Comic Brendan Gay Perform LIVE August 10th (1:09)
  3. Bradford Blasphemy: 24th-Best Quarterback in the NFL?! (1:39)
  4. Training Camp Preview: Quarterbacks (13:50)
  5. Training Camp Preview: Running Backs (32:43)
  6. Twitter Takes: Adrian Peterson Week 1 Projections (46:05)
  7. Drew’s Final Take: Parody in Sports is Overrated (55:06)
  8. Sign-Out: Potential Live Show Coming Wednesday (57:48)

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Vikings Once Again Searching For Strength and Conditioning Coach

According to Field Yates’ Twitter feed, Minnesota Vikings strength and conditioning coach Brent Salazar has left the team and has taken a position with the USTA. The United States Tennis Association is where Salazar wanted to be in light of his tennis background, as he played tennis in college at New Mexico.

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Surprise Vikings fans! Teddy Bridgewater tosses today during Vikings OTAs.

There was a bit of a surprise on the first day of Vikings OTAs. Only nine months after suffering a potentially career-ending injury, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater returned to the field. The team posted a video of Bridgewater throwing this afternoon:

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