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T.O. mentions Vikings, Chiefs as potential fits

T.O. mentions Vikings, Chiefs as potential fits

profootballtalk.com Updated Jun 12, 2013
The perpetual T.O. comeback tour continues, with still no takers. Before going any farther, I need to disclose that Terrell Owens thinks I’m the devil. So it’s possible that anything I write will be subconsciously influenced by the fact that he has ex
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  • Vikings QB Christian Ponder sharpening decision-making as OTAs …

    Vikings QB Christian Ponder sharpening decision-making as OTAs wrap up

    startribune.com Jun 12, 2013
    If the Vikings' offense is going to take a big step forward in 2013, their third-year starting quarterback will need to make sharp reads on a more regular basis.
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  • Tarkenton wants Ponder to prove he can do it

    Tarkenton wants Ponder to prove he can do it

    profootballtalk.com Jun 12, 2013
    While my omission of Bud Grant may have caused the biggest stir in the Vikings’ Mt. Rushmore process, the guy who led the way in PFT Planet voting had some strong words, too. Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton joined Pro Football Talk on NBCSN to r
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  • Video - Jerome Simpson's Superman dive to the end zone 00:22

    Jerome Simpson's Superman dive to the end zone

    Jun 12
    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jerome Simpson showed off his super powers during Wednesday's organized team activities, delivering a diving touchdown catch. For more, go to vikings.com.
  • Video - Jerome Simpson's Superman dive to the end zone 00:22

    Jerome Simpson's Superman dive to the end zone

    Jun 12
    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jerome Simpson showed off his superpowers during Wednesday's organized team activities, delivering a diving touchdown catch. For more, go to vikings.com.

Sports Columnists

  • NFL pass-rushers face faster challenge

    Jun 12
    Sped-up offenses have defenses scrambling for ways to pressure the quarterback, writes John Clayton.