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Mar 16, 2020
This year’s NFL offseason is shaping up to be one of the most memorable in recent history. Not only have CBA talks advanced, the Combine shed light on an incredibly deep wide receiver class and an unprecedented group of quarterbacks including Dak Prescott, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Philip Rivers and Teddy Bridgewater is set to hit free agency. It’s an offseason that has the potential to change the landscape of the NFL.
Jan 18, 2020
Between the NFL Combine (February 24th-March 2nd) and the 2020 NFL Draft (April 23rd-25th) comes an important step in every team’s offseason process; the re-signing of internal personnel.Last year the Vikings created headlines during the free agency period by extending wide receiver Adam Thielen. There was also the story of Anthony Barr reneging on his verbal agreement with the New York Jets and returning to Minnesota.
Jan 7, 2020
The Minnesota Vikings will be without their top nickelback for the divisional round of the playoffs. Mackensie Alexander, who also missed the team’s Wild Card game against the New Orleans Saints, will undergo an operation that will likely sideline him for a couple of weeks.
Jan 3, 2020
The final Vikings’ injury report of the week was released on Friday and it included a surprise transaction for the NFC’s sixth seed. But first, a bit of negative news…
Dec 12, 2019
While the Vikings are in the midst of closing out the regular season, the salary cap specialists over at Spotrac are peeking ahead to the offseason. They recently published an article naming a contract extension candidate and roster bubble candidate for each NFL team.
Nov 27, 2019
Maybe safety Andrew Sendejo was outplayed by safety Anthony Harris, or maybe he just was one of the scapegoats of […]
Nov 26, 2019
With the bye week in the rearview mirror, preparations for the Vikings’ Monday Night matchup against the Seahawks began on Tuesday morning. Multiple transactions were announced by the team and with players getting back to practice, things on the injury front appeared to take shape.
Nov 16, 2019
The Vikings activated wide receiver Josh Doctson to the 53-man roster on Friday. Doctson (6-3, 206; 26) signed with the Vikings after being released by Washington on Aug. 31. He was placed on injured reserve in early September after suffering a hamstring injury but returned to practice on Oct. 30.While there haven’t been any recent reports out of TCO highlighting the chemistry between Doctson and quarterback Kirk Cousins, it’s quite evident the two shared a rapport on the football field not long ago.
Nov 7, 2019
Well, that was fun — for about 24 hours. Less than a day after the Vikings claimed safety Andrew Sendejo off of waivers from the Eagles, the Eagles swooped down and plucked the rookie who was waived to get him. Marcus Epps, a promising 6th-round safety out of Wyoming, was claimed off waivers by Philadelphia on Thursday.
Nov 5, 2019
In a bit of a stunner, Mike “Wobby” Wobschall of the Vikings Entertainment Network is no longer working for the organization. Wobschall, also a regular guest of Paul Allen’s “9 to Noon” program on KFAN-FM 100.3, had not been seen working his regularly scheduled programming.