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Jared Allen was the Viking nominated for the second annual NFL Salute to Service Award as the Vikings prepare to honor military veterans Sunday.
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Since his entry into the NFL, Minnesota Viking playmaker Percy Harvin has made himself known for three things.
He’s either making dynamic plays, arguing with his coaching staff or battling injuries.
After launching into a tirade directed at head coach Leslie Frazier last Sunday, Harvin is on a date with the injury bug once again.
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Standout size and huge hands led the Minnesota Vikings to rave about their second-year tight end Kyle Rudolph and mention how he could be thrown the ball even when he's seemingly covered.
Early this season, they seemed right as all 6-foot-6, 256 pounds of Rudolph was among the league leaders in receiving touchdowns and a key threat in the red zone. Lately...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Since arriving during the offseason as the Minnesota Vikings' new defensive coordinator, Alan Williams has preached one basic tenant to his defense: aggressively run to the football.
This season is Williams' first coordinating an NFL defense, and he's tried to simplify the team's approach with the intent of having players able to react more than...
Percy Harvin has been listed as doubtful for today's game with a severely sprained ankle. He missed practice all week and has not looked ready to go. Now, it has all but been confirmed. Percy Harvin will not play against the Detroit Lions today.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Harvin's injury will not allow him to play today. He had not been ruled out earlier...
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin was held out of practice for a third straight day and listed Friday as doubtful for Sunday's game against Detroit. Harvin suffered an ankle injury last week and was on crutches afterward. But ESPN reported that coach Leslie Frazier is hoping Harvin could play against the Lions. "He still has a little less than 48 hours to...
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin will miss Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter. Harvin missed practice Wednesday through Friday due to a sprained left ankle. If Harvin is sidelined, rookie fourth-round draft pick Jarius Wright. Wright, a slot receiver like Harvin, could be activated for a game for the first...
Christian Ponder was more efficient and the Vikings defense was in control as they built at 13-3 halftime lead.
Vikings WR Percy Harvin missed Friday?s practice with a sprained
ankle, meaning he hasn?t practiced all week.
Wide receiver Percy Harvin is inactive for the Minnesota Vikings' game against the Detroit Lions on Sunday, according to NFL.com. Harvin had been listed as doubtful with a left ankle injury suffered in last week's loss at the Seattle Seahawks, but head coach Leslie Frazier had held out hope that the team's leading receiver might be able to play against the Lions. ...
Two NFC North rivals and playoff contenders meet Sunday afternoon when the Detroit Lions take on the Minnesota Vikings at Mall of America Field in Minneapolis.
Here are five storylines to follow:
1. The last time these teams faced each other -- Sept. 30 in Detroit -- the Lions special teams were in total disarray. The difference in the Vikings 20-13 victory was a touchdown on a...
Everything is About to Get Ugly: Are you people ready for this? The season is about to implode. When we eventually lose this second division game against the Detroit Lions, we'll be 5-5 on the year (a respectable .500 though?) and *GASP* last place in the division. Uhm .... "Our division is so hard! Like, probably the best division in the NFL! Every team is .500 or above...
The Vikings’ ground game is as good as ever with Adrian Peterson, but opposing defenses don’t seem too concerned about the play-action passes.