This is the November 14, 2012 news archive. View today's Vikings rumors and news.
Share TweetThe governor's concern over any use by Vikings might have more to do with their potential cost.Share TweetSid Hartman talks about the Vikings stadium bill and Gov. Dayton. Also, the Twins made a mistake by not signing Scott Baker and the Timberwolves have yet to be tested by a good team.Share TweetOn Monday night, the Atlanta Falcons abruptly cut defensive end Ray Edwards. Per a league source, Edwards has now cleared waivers. The window closed at 4:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, with no teams making a claim for the man who spent five years with the Vi…Source: profootballtalk.com
Spielman Part I: On Peterson's recovery, a playoff chase, building through the draftUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetMore highlights from GM Rick Spielman's bye week meeting with reporters.Share TweetHopefully you followed along earlier Wednesday when, after a brief technological issue, I chatted via Twitter (@ESPN_NFCNblog) with AFC West colleague Bill Williamson (@ESPN_AFCWest) about the stunning comebacks this season of Minnesota Vikings tailback…
ChatWrap: The middleman in PSL debateUpdated Nov 14, 2012 Share TweetThanks to those of you who participated in Tuesday's SportsNation chat. One of your questions merited a follow-up, mostly because it pointed out an important nuance in Tuesday's post on the potential for personal seat licenses (PSLs) at the Minnesota Vi…Share TweetWe're Black and Blue All Over: Hey gang. We're going to mix things up a bit Wednesday morning and try something new. At 11 a.m. ET, I'm going to have a Twitter chat with AFC West colleague Bill Williamson about the seasons of Minnesota Vikings tailback …
Adrian Peterson's top 5 plays of 2012Nov 14After Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson suffered a torn ACL on Christmas day 2011, he proved all the doubters wrong with a superhuman comeback in the 2012 season. Check out Adrian's top 5 plays in the first 10 games of 2012.
Clayton mailbag: Backup QBs under microscopeNov 14With four starters being injured in Week 10, the state of the NFL's backup quarterback situation is about to come into focus, writes John Clayton.