This is the November 15, 2013 news archive. View today's Vikings rumors and news.
Seattle Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin came off the practice field Friday and said he expects to play Sunday against his former Minnesota Vikings teammates.Share TweetMinnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder continues to recover from the dislocated left shoulder he suffered on Nov. 7 against the Washington Redskins, and barring an unforeseen setback, he will start on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, coach L…Share Tweet
Frazier: No worries about Peterson, quarterback decision coming Saturdayprofootballtalk.com Nov 15, 2013Running back Adrian Peterson missed practice for the second straight day on Friday with a groin injury, but the Vikings aren’t planning to play without him on Sunday. Peterson was listed as probable on the team’s final injury report and coach Leslie Fra…Share TweetVikings running back Adrian Peterson said Thursday he doesn't want to be traded despite his team's 2-7 record but that he would understand the business aspects of dealing him for draft picks as part of a rebuilding project.Share Tweet
Vikings have fallen off cliff in level of intereststartribune.com Nov 15, 2013Patrick Reusse says it's hard to remember a November when we've so rapidly gone from the usual Vikings' preoccupation to yawns.Share Tweet
Access Vikings: Jared Allen's interesting concert choicestartribune.com Nov 15, 2013You might be surprised what concert Jared Allen admits attending with former Vikings assistant coach Derrell Bevell.Share Tweetnytimes.com Nov 15, 2013Looking to stay perfect, Kansas City may catch a break because Peyton Manning further injured his ankle, making him even slower on his feet than usual.Share Tweet
'Playbook': Minnesota Vikings vs. Seattle SeahawksNov 15Find out how the Seattle Seahawks defense has prevented teams from completing pass plays of 20 yards or more. Also, take a look at what the Minnesota Vikings need to do to put up a fight on Sunday.
AP Wants To Stay In MinnesotaNov 15Dan Graziano discusses comments made by RB Adrian Peterson, who said that while he would understand if the Vikings dealt him for business reasons, he would like his career to continue in Minnesota.