Minnesota Vikings News and Rumors

Greenway returning to Vikings, but with a pay cut

Greenway returning to Vikings, but with a pay cut

Vikings linebacker to return for 10th season at lower salary more in line with anticipated role.
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  • CB Newman joins Vikings on one-year deal

    CB Newman joins Vikings on one-year deal

    The Minnesota Vikings and cornerback Terence Newman have agreed to terms on a one-year contract.
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  • Kelm-Helgen's stadium role duplicates Mondale's, critics say

    Kelm-Helgen's stadium role duplicates Mondale's, critics say

    startribune.com Mar 27 (yesterday)
    Michele Kelm-Helgen’s role is questioned by her peers.
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  • Vikings won’t cut Peterson

    Vikings won’t cut Peterson

    vikingsgab.com Mar 27 (yesterday)
    It’s a bold thought that the Vikings would totally cut ties with their face of the franchise the past few seasons, but at the end of the day there’s no question that cooler heads should prevail when it comes to running back Adrian Peterson. Examine the …
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  • Wilf family pledges additional $19.5 million for new Vikings st…

    Wilf family pledges additional $19.5 million for new Vikings stadium

    profootballtalk.com Mar 27 (yesterday)
    The Wilf family, owners of the Minneosta Vikings, has pledged an additional $19.5 million toward the construction of the new Vikings stadium. According to the Associated Press, the additional funds will go toward enhancements in the plaza, food service …
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  • Wilfs pledge $19.5M more to Vikings' stadium

    Wilfs pledge $19.5M more to Vikings' stadium

    ESPN.com Mar 26 (2 days ago)
    The Wilf family is pledging another $19.5 million toward the Minnesota Vikings' stadium project to cover more of the costs in several aspects of building and surrounding areas.
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  • Vikings waive Justin Anderson, Jordan McCray

    Vikings waive Justin Anderson, Jordan McCray

    profootballtalk.com Mar 26 (2 days ago)
    The Vikings have parted ways with two second-year pros signed to reserve-future contracts after the 2014 season, waiving linebacker Justin Anderson and offensive guard Jordan McCray on Thursday. The roster moves were disclosed in the NFL’s Thursday pers…
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  • Advanced scouting: Vikes ink OL from Poland

    Advanced scouting: Vikes ink OL from Poland

    The Minnesota Vikings announced Thursday the signing of offensive tackle Babatunde Aiyegbusi, an undrafted free-agent tackle, who never played college ball but most recently spent time in the Polish American Football League and the German Football Leagu…
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  • 'Vikings bricks' web site inspires unintended Twitter consequen…

    'Vikings bricks' web site inspires unintended Twitter consequences

    startribune.com Mar 26 (2 days ago)
    You can buy a “legacy brick” with a commemorative inscription to be placed inside the new Vikings stadium. This kind of thing isn’t new; in this case, it isn’t cheap: anywhere from $160 to $360, depending on the size and type of brick you want. A lot of…
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  • Vikings coach Mike Zimmer happy with Matt Kalil's health, outlo…

    Vikings coach Mike Zimmer happy with Matt Kalil's health, outlook

    ESPN.com Mar 26 (3 days ago)
    MINNEAPOLIS -- On several occasions during a difficult 2014 season, Minnesota Vikings left tackle Matt Kalil hinted his surgically-repaired left knee was bothering him, either by limiting his ability to handle outside rushers or toying with his confiden…
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  • Vikings mock draft roundup: Parker, Waynes still popular picks …

    Vikings mock draft roundup: Parker, Waynes still popular picks for the Vikings

    startribune.com Mar 26 (3 days ago)
    The frenzied first two weeks of free agency have come and gone, and several teams — including the Vikings — spiced things up by wheeling and dealing through trades. Soon the focus will switch, if it hasn’t already, back to the 2015 NFL draft, which begi…
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  • Vikings owner reportedly spent huge money on lavish Bar Mitzvah…

    Vikings owner reportedly spent huge money on lavish Bar Mitzvah for son

    startribune.com Mar 25 (3 days ago)
    Far be it from me to tell Vikings owner Mark Wilf how to spend his money. He has plenty of it, and he can do with it as he pleases. Still, the details of his son Andrew’s Bar Mitzvah — the Jewish rite of passage that signals the beginning of manhood — a…
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  • Coach Zimmer 'Fully Expects' Peterson to Be With Vikings

    Coach Zimmer 'Fully Expects' Peterson to Be With Vikings

    The Minnesota Vikings don't plan to trade Adrian Peterson and fully expect him to be with the team for the 2015 season.
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  • Video - Zimmer Expects Peterson To Stay With Vikings 03:24

    Zimmer Expects Peterson To Stay With Vikings

    Mar 25
    Sal Paolantonio and Kevin Sefeirt discuss the latest on Adrian Peterson and some of the new rule changes in the NFL.
  • Video - What Is Peterson's Future With Vikings? 03:11

    What Is Peterson's Future With Vikings?

    Mar 25
    Ed Werder and Bill Polian discuss the future of Adrian Peterson with the Vikings.
  • Video - Agent Says Vikings Aren't Best Fit For Peterson 02:32

    Agent Says Vikings Aren't Best Fit For Peterson

    Mar 23
    Sal Paolantonio and Kevin Seifert discuss Adrian Peterson's agent's comments about the Vikings no longer being the right fit for Peterson.
  • Video - Vikings Won't Release Adrian Peterson 06:05

    Vikings Won't Release Adrian Peterson

    Mar 19
    Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss whether the Vikings made the right decision by not releasing Adrian Peterson, and the analysts identify where they think he'll end up at the beginning of the season.

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