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The Vikings entered the Jacksonville game with several players nursing injuries, and left with several more now sidelined.
We take a closer look at Kirk Cousins' game versus Jacksonville.
Veteran Terence Newman says Mackensie Alexander has upped his game considerably.
Dalvin Cook has all but been encased in bubble wrap by a Vikings athletic training staff that knows a thing or two about returning a running back to full health.
Harrison Smith, the Vikings' first-team All-Pro safety, dropped two would-be INTs Wednesday. He then dropped for 20 pushups during the two-hour practice by direction of defensive backs coach Jerry Gray.
The running game, which ranked seventh last season, showed no signs of slowing despite missing Dalvin Cook and three linemen who were expected to be starters.
From the offensive line to special teams, the Vikings enter Saturday's game against the Broncos with plenty of question marks
The Vikings' most intriguing roster battle midway through training camp remains at backup wide receiver, where Laquon Treadwell is the only sure thing.
Having three of the five projected offensive line starters out of action for the Vikings' preseason opener at Denver isn't the way coach Mike Zimmer imagined how things would go.
Veteran Kai Forbath and rookie Daniel Carlson are both expected to kick against the Broncos on Saturday, which will help the Vikings decide which kicker to keep.
A brain ailment took Mike Harris out of the NFL, but into a role sharing his wisdom as a high school coach.
Quarterback Kirk Cousins and the Vikings offense struggled to move the ball against the NFL's reigning No. 1 defense during Saturday night's practice under the lights at TCO Stadium in Eagan.
Even though he didn't point to a specific game, coach Mike Zimmer indicated Dalvin Cook will 'get some reps' during the preseason in his comeback from a season-ending knee injury.
Jaleel Johnson is positioned to play a key role on the Vikings defensive line as much-needed relief off the bench.
Clancy Barone and Andrew Janocko are taking over for the late Tony Sparano as co-offensive line coaches only five weeks before Week 1.
Dalvin Cook donned shoulder pads for the first time since his ACL surgery, which he deemed a "milestone" in his recovery.
Running back Dalvin Cook has flashed his previous elusiveness in limited drills, giving Vikings' coaches, teammates and observers a glimpse into his potential for 2018.
A Vikings roster returning 19 of 22 starters from a year ago still underwent an evolution of key players during the offseason, and finally gathered Saturday for the first full day of training camp.
Center Pat Elflein is unavailable to start Vikings training camp because of ankle and shoulder injuries that have nagged him throughout the offseason.Elflein, the…
Organizers are looking at ways to improve events for the next two years here.
Harrison Smith cheered on Australian rider Jackson Strong as he won a fourth gold medal during Moto X Best Trick.
Alex Hiam, 22, nailed a double tailwhip, a move more spectacular than it sounds.
Twiggy's first show was in Minneapolis in 1979. Now a run that has spanned 39 years, eight squirrels and even more hours of entertainment is coming to an end.
The X Games annually offers a grand stage for skaters, BMX and motocross riders to showcase their own personal futures for action sports by unveiling never-before-seen tricks.
Stillwater-born pro skater Nicole Hause is happy riding her aggressive style through the crowds of boys populating skateparks everywhere.
Coach Mike Zimmer said the Vikings stayed mostly healthy in the offseason program, a big bonus as minicamp concluded.
Anthony Barr is spending five or 10 minutes a day at practice working with the defensive line instead of the linebackers.
Fourth-year defensive end Danielle Hunter has solidified himself as the long-term bookend Vikings' coaches envision opposite Everson Griffen for seasons to come.
Vikings center Pat Elflein said "everything's good" with his rehab schedule, which has held him out of drills during organized team activities
Jerry Gray, a four-time Pro Bowl cornerback for the L.A. Rams, has coached a treasure trove of high-profile cornerbacks and safeties over the years.
Without shoulder pads or full contact in this portion of the offseason, it's essentially a passing camp for quarterback Kirk Cousins and his new teammates.
Kai Forbath once again has competition for the Vikings job, this time from rookie Daniel Carlson. "I've fortunately never lost a competition," the veteran said.
Barr did not show up Tuesday when the Vikings began the first of 10 voluntary practices, known in the as NFL world as Organized Team Activities. He'd told coach Mike Zimmer on Tuesday.
Young Vikings — 62 drafted, undrafted and tryout players — took to the outdoor Eagan practice fields Friday, the onset of a three-day rookie minicamp.
The Vikings signed half of their eight-man 2018 draft class Thursday, a day before rookies, undrafted free agents and other getting a tryout come to Eagan for rookie minicamp.
The move gives the Vikings an additional year to keep Trae Waynes on the roster while potentially working out a long-term contract.
South Dakota State receiver Jake Wieneke was actually hoping not to be picked at the end of the draft so he could sign as a free agent with the Vikings.
The Vikings aren't settled with Kai Forbath after trading up in the fifth round of the NFL draft for Auburn kicker Daniel Carlson on Saturday at No. 167, the highest drafted kicker in Vikings history.
Brian O'Neill, a 6-7, 297-pounder out of Pittsburgh, played both left and right tackle for the Panthers.
Most of this year's draft class will come together Saturday in Rounds 4-7 after the additions of cornerback Mike Hughes (30th overall) and tackle Brian O'Neill (62nd).
GM Rick Spielman said Thursday night after Round 1 that the Vikings have lots of options remaining for the second two days of the NFL draft.
Dalvin Cook is expected to particpate in organized team activities on a limited basis as he continues to come back from an ACL injury.
Frank Ragnow, a talented offensive lineman from Victoria, is about to reach his NFL dream without his dad, Jon, who died of a heart attack in 2016.
With needs up front, Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman sounds willing to deviate from past trends with the 30th overall pick.
The Vikings won't have time to ease into the season, with tough games on the schedule right away.
On-field drills are prohibited until after the NFL draft. But Vikings coaches get their first chance starting today to go over the team's playbook with new quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Ryan Dungey retired after three straight titles, but the Minnesota native leaves AMA in good hands with Jason Anderson.
The Vikings could face Case Keenum when they play the Denver Broncos in their first preseason game.
The ESPN event will be staged at U.S. Bank Stadium through 2020.
Tom Johnson is headed to Seattle, while Jeremiah Sirles becomes the latest ex-Viking in Carolina.
Tom Compton will play near home, with friend.
The Vikings have agreed to re-sign kicker Kai Forbath, taking him off a free-agent market that was extremely limited, a league source confirmed.
After a flurry of moves, including the additions of expensive free agents Kirk Cousins and Sheldon Richardson, the Vikings have about $20 million to manage the rest of their 2018 roster.
Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman compared the acquisition of quarterback Trevor Siemian to signing Keenum a year ago
Latavius Murray stood to be cut had he not renegotiated his previous contract.
It remains to be seen how much money free-agent defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson will want, and whether the Vikings will be able to afford him after signing Kirk Cousins
Clearing the path for Kirk Cousins to come to Minnesota, quarterbacks Case Keenum, Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford agreed to terms Tuesday with new teams.
It can't all be about the quarterbacks, right? So who else is out there for the Vikings as free agency opens Wednesday afternoon?
Indications are the Vikings want to retain at least half of their own free agents.
U.S. Bank Stadium stands out, but the TCO Perfomance Center is what could separate the Vikings on the field.
The two have been friends and training partners since the Miami-area high school rivals played each other on the gridiron.
The Vikings saw improvement last year on the offensive line, but they still lack depth.
Laquon Treadwell made improvement from his rookie year to last season, but the Vikings still want to see more from him.
In addition to checking out the latest batch of prospects for this year's draft, the Vikings and other teams will kick-start the free agency process in Indianapolis.
The team has until March 12 before other teams can begin negotiating with him.
The team is coming off an NFC North title, a first-round playoff bye and a 14-win season.
In a move that is commonplace, the Vikings prevented quarterbacks coach Kevin Stefanski from interviewing to become the new offensive coordinator of the New…
When it mattered most, the Eagles offense rose to the occasion to help claim Philadelphia's first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history
Corey Clement, the third fiddle in a deep Eagles backfield, led the way with a team-high 100 receiving yards.
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The Vikings want to interview John DeFilippo after Philadelphia plays in Sunday's Super Bowl, a league source told the Star Tribune.
Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen won't need surgery this offseason, which he says gives him a head start on 2018 preparations.
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