The Minnesota Vikings are not expected to bring back veteran wide receiver Mike Wallace for the 2016 season, as his $11 million salary makes him a likely candidate to be released during the offseason.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been named the FedEx Ground Player of the Year for his performance during the 2015 regular season.
This week while in attendance for Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, Minnesota Vikings owner and president Mark Wilf said that the team is over the heartbreaking loss to the Seattle Seahawks and the team is moving onto next season.
Retired Minnesota Vikings tight end Stu Voigt was convicted on one count of bank fraud. Voigt played with the Vikings from 1970-1080 and helped the Vikings to nine Division Championships and three Conference Championships.
Minnesota Vikings’ Adrian Peterson, Teddy Bridgewater Featured in Latest NFL’s Bad Lip Reading (Video)
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and running back Adrian Peterson were featured in the funny annual YouTube video "NFL's Bad Lip Reading".
Minnesota Vikings offensive tackle Matt Kalil has been offering scouting reports and advice to his older brother and Carolina Panthers center Ryan Kalil, on the Denver Broncos, a team Minnesota faced back in Week 4 and a team the Panthers will face off against in Super Bowl 50 this Sunday.
The Minnesota Vikings have hired former Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur as their next tight ends coach; Shurmur spent three seasons in Philadelphia under Chip Kelly but wasn't retained when Doug Pederson was hired as the next head coach in Philadelphia.
The Minnesota Vikings have been linked to being interested in drafting 2015 Heisman Trophy Winner and Alabama running back Derrick Henry; Minnesota has the 23rd overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft and could potentially draft him as the future replacement for Adrian Peterson.
Phil Loadholt is on the road to recovery after missing the entire 2015 season for the Minnesota Vikings with a torn Achilles injury and with a possible $6 million savings with a release after June 1, the 30-year-old knows that there could be a chance he gets released and plays elsewhere in 2016.
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