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Could Vikings be keeping tabs on Brian Urlacher?

Could Vikings be keeping tabs on Brian Urlacher?

Reports out of Chicago are that Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher may have caught the Vikings' eye. But that doesn't seem to fit the plan of Vikings GM Rick Spielman.
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    With Thomas Robinson

    Mar 13
    New Rocket Thomas Robinson joins Henry Abbott to discuss being traded to Houston, playing with James Harden and Jeremy Lin and the use of advanced stats.
  • Video - Minnesota Vikings GM explains Percy Harvin trade 04:15

    Minnesota Vikings GM explains Percy Harvin trade

    Mar 13
    Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman explains how the Percy Harvin trade came about and if the team plans on signing a big-name wide receiver to fill the roster spot.
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    Mar 13
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Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: Pats failure to keep Welker must be crushing blow to Brady

    Mar 13
    It is highly unlikely that Wes Welker signing in Denver for a relative pittance is what Tom Brady had in mind when he gave the Patriots $15 million in cap relief two weeks ago.
  • Don Banks: Not just leverage: Welker spurns Patriots, signs with Broncos

    Mar 13
    He wears, at times, the unflattering tag of "system'' receiver, but I guess we're about to find out if Wes Welker can live with being known as a multiple-system receiver. Because the newest Broncos play-maker just left his comfort zone in New Engla…
  • Buffalo Bills, Oakland Raiders, Carolina Panthers save money under cap

    Mar 13
    The Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers and Oakland Raiders used the 'June 1" cut designation on three players released Tuesday in order to save room under this year's salary cap.