• London won't be much of a vacation for Vikings

    Summary of 19 articles · Updated Sep 26, 2013
    ``It's just another game on the schedule, but it's definitely time for us to get a W. This is not a vacation for us. But, not really anything more than what we had planned to spend on this year's vacation. With Minnesota and Pittsburgh playing in London on Sunday, there were another round of stories asking players what they would think about playing for a team based in London. The Steelers will play in London on Sunday, and safety Ryan Clark doesn’t have a problem with that. That version was a small cutou...
    • Have purple, will travel: Vikings fans ready for London invasion

      Whether you’ll be at the game or watching from the States, meet the people who will be showing their Purple Pride in London this Sunday.
    • Vikings players on a London team

      WATFORD, England -- With the NFL in London this week for Sunday's Minnesota Vikings-Pittsburgh Steelers game -- and another game slated for next month here, there's been plenty of talk about the possibility of putting a team in London permanently. ESPN'…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • The NFL can try to force a team in London, but the players will always hate it

      The NFL is interested by the idea of having a team in London. This isn't a big secret. Really, it's something that makes sense to all the NFL suits but pretty much nobody else. Some marketing folks probably get excited about becoming a "global bran…
    • Allen loves London, but wouldn't want to play for a team there

      Defensive end talks about the logistical issues that would make locating a team here permanently a challenge.
    • MMQB: NFL should move slowly on potential London franchise

      Is the NFL ready for a London franchise? The potential windfall is big, but the league should be careful.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Ryan Clark: I’d retire before playing for a London team

      The Steelers will play in London on Sunday, and safety Ryan Clark doesn’t have a problem with that. But he’d have a big problem with an NFL franchise relocating to London. In fact, Clark said on ESPN that if he played for a team that moved to London, th…
    • (Pittsburgh's) Big Ben on London matchup with Vikings

      The Steelers quarterback and Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin talked about the Sunday matchup with the Vikings.
    • Steelers 2013 Scouting Report Week Four: Minnesota Vikings

      It’s off to London for the Steelers, as already in an 0-3 hole, this week they will take on the Minnesota Vikings, another 0-3 team. The Vikings have been brutal, including losing a game to the awful Browns at home last week to third-string QB Bran Hoye…
    • QB in question, Vikings still focused on getting first win

      The Vikings may not know who will be their quarterback in London, but the focus is still on winning their first game of the season.
    • NFL Nation Buzz: Minnesota Vikings

      ESPN.com team reporter Ben Goessling on the Minnesota Vikings' hot topics as they begin preparations for Week 4.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Possible London Super Bowl raises serious logistical question

      The article making reference to the plausible possibility of an NFL moving to London also mentions the unrealistic scenario in which a Super Bowl would be exported to Wembley Stadium. Sure, the folks in England would love to host a Super Bowl. And some …
    • Vikings reach out to kids in London

      The Vikings' trip to London is an important opportunity for players to reach out to young people.
    • London gears up for 1st of 2 NFL matchups

      The NFL is back in London boasting the star power of Adrian Peterson and Ben Roethlisberger. Trouble is, their teams have nothing to brag about.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Rally greets Vikings on their London arrival

      The Vikings have a little fun with a huge crowd of fans in London.
    • Souhan blog: Adrian Peterson on London

      Adrian Peterson looked tired. At least he looked better than London's version of the Vikings' mascot.
  • Steelers make adjustments for London trip

    PITTSBURGH -- Brett Keisel planned to stop at a Verizon store Thursday on his way to the airport. The reason: the veteran defensive end wanted to make sure he will be able to use his phone in London. To-do lists for players like Keisel --and especially …
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Vikings injury report: DBs still out

    LONDON -- Aside from Christian Ponder being limited in practice for the Vikings on Wednesday, the team was still without its three defensive backs -- Chris Cook, Jamarca Sanford and A.J. Jefferson -- who were injured during last Sunday's loss to the Cle…
    Source: ESPN.com

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