This is the September 23, 2013 news archive. View today's Vikings rumors and news.
Money in fraud case going to former partners, but Wilfs’ attorneys expect the new Vikings stadium to open before the appeals process in the case ends.Upvote Share Tweet
The Giants, and the Steelers, Redskins, Vikings, Buccaneers and Jaguars, can look for inspiration to three other N.F.L. teams since 1990 that have begun the season 0-3 and made it to the playoffs.Upvote Share Tweet
Wembley wants a London franchise, Super BowlCNNSI.com Updated Sep 23, 2013The famous arch rising above Wembley Stadium is becoming an increasingly familiar sight for NFL fans.Upvote Share TweetMinnesota Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf, and their cousin, Leonard Wilf, must pay $84.5 million in damages to former business partners they defrauded in a 1980s real estate deal.Upvote Share TweetMINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Vikings will get fullback Jerome Felton back from a three-game suspension this week, which could provide a major jolt to their running game. Adrian Peterson averaged 6.9 yards per carry with Felton on the field last season, …Upvote Share TweetIf fans are expecting any big changes to come to 0-3 Vikings, they'll be disappointed.Upvote Share Tweet
Cook, Sanford, Jefferson to have MRIsESPN.com Updated Sep 23, 2013EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Defensive backs Chris Cook, Jamarca Sanford and A.J. Jefferson will all have MRIs on injuries they sustained on Sunday, coach Leslie Frazier said, and the Vikings should know more on Monday afternoon about how many of those player…Upvote Share Tweet
State moves forward with plans for Vikings stadium bond issueState moves forward with plans for Vikings stadium bond issueUpvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated Sep 23, 2013An examination of four hot issues after the Minnesota Vikings' 31-27 loss to the Cleveland Browns: Line play is offensive: There's no easy explanation for why the Vikings' offensive line play has been so poor in the team's first three games. The group r…Upvote Share TweetThe Vikings fell to 0-3 on Sunday and they lost a game that they led into the final minutes for the second straight week. Cleveland’s winning drive was set up by a three-and-out by the Vikings that ended when quarterback Christian Ponder couldn’t connec…Upvote Share Tweet
VikesCentric: Dumpster fire derails optimismWhere do the Vikings go from here after a loss like that?Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Sep 23, 2013Before the start of Sunday’s game against the Vikings, there were reports that the Browns were talking about other trades in the wake of dealing running back Trent Richardson to the Colts. Wide receiver Josh Gordon, set to make his season debut after a …Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Updated Sep 23, 2013No matter what, NFL players can go home to their families, who let them take their minds off of whether they just lost or played poorly. To put things in perspective, so to speak.Then again, you might end up getting an earful from a young fan who wasn't…Upvote Share Tweet
Strange Days Are Ruling the Season’s StartSep 23The Giants are 0-3, the Jets are 2-1 and the Saints’ defense is shining. Who knew? (Evan Pike/CSM/Landov :: Rich Kane/Icon SMI :: Stacy Revere/Getty Images) “You never pick up where you left off from one year to the next,’’ Bill Parcells used to say. (M…