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Photo : Reuters Who better in the NFL than Vikings MVP running back Adrian Peterson to greet you every morning during breakfast? Peterson promotes the ‘Breakfast of Champions’ on the cover of Wheaties cereal, and will be invading grocery stores and your kitchen next week. Other NFL athletes on the cover of the popular brand are Emmit Smith, Michael Vick, Doug Flutie, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Bledsoe, and Dick Butkus to name a few. Adrian Peterson on Wheaties box that will hit stores next week pic.twitter.com/vGN5RZoVUz — darren rovell (@darrenrovell) August 12, 2013 If you’re looking for the MVP treatment in the morning, be on the look out for AP on your morning kick-start. Let us know who your favorite NFL athlete on Wheaties is on Twitter! @DownandDistance Sports-Kings Down and Distance Contributor Austin Peat @PistolPeat187 The post Better Eat Your Wheaties appeared first on DOWN & DISTANCE - Presented by Sports-Kings.
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Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says accusations that he uses performance-enhancing drugs don't bother him, instead viewing them as compliments.
Free agent cornerback Jacob Lacey will have his knee scoped this week which will most likely put him out for 2-4 weeks and pretty much killing his entire preseason. With Lacey already on the bubble and fighting for a spot with corners like AJ Jefferson, Brandon Burton, and Bobby Felder, this could make the Vikings decision much easier.
Lacey was most likely going to be looked at...
While some athletes get angry or defensive when accused of using performance enhancing drugs, Adrian Peterson takes it as a compliment (Credit: AP Photo) Last season, Adrian Peterson showed the world that there is a possibility he is super human. Less than a year after tearing his ACL and MCL, Peterson not only started all sixteen games but nearly broke the single season rushing...
Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier told reporters that linebacker Desmond Bishop won’t make their final roster if he can’t stay on the field.
“This is going to determine whether or not he makes our team,” coach Leslie Frazier said, via the Star Tribune. “So much of this is about how he plays over the next two weeks. Or if he’s not available because of his injury. I can’t...
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Greg Jennings recognizes that if the team is going to be successful, quarterback Christian Ponder must learn to trust the players. When Jennings watches film of Ponder, he sees one major flaw – confidence. “I know he trusts himself, but at times, it’s like, ‘Ahh, I don’t know if he’s going to do it,’
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Wilf family's allegedly unfair business dealings have officially caused a snag in the construction of the new Minnesota Vikings stadium.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority is delaying ratification of its written accord with the team while litigators investigate the Wilfs' withholding of agreed-upon revenues from a real estate partner in New Jersey...
MANKATO, Minn. -- Monday presented another full-padded practice on a picturesque day at Minnesota State University, continuing the training-camp long trend of mild weather. Monday's temperatures reached the high 70s, which has been more common this year than the mid-90s Minnesota is used to at training camp.
As the Vikings stretched, a chant started coming from the players,...
Minnesota Vikings WR Corradelle Patterson had four catches for 54 yards in addition to that 50 yard return in the Minnesota Vikings' 27-13 loss to the Texans in the preseason opener on Friday night. While he was in the game, Patterson was able to put on display the speed, versatility and athletic that made the Vikings select him in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft. First...
A sports panel has delayed final approval of contracts for the Minnesota Vikings' new stadium until it can review litigation involving team owner Zygi Wilf and his family.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority had planned to consider the final agreements Aug. 23. But the authority said Tuesday those agreements will be considered at a future meeting.
The panel has retained...
Jeff Locke graduated from UCLA with a degree in economics. How do economic principles apply to the Vikings and their startup punter this year? We asked, he answered.
The Vikings would adjust if the NFL were to shorten the preseason, something Leslie Frazier wasn’t interested in discussing, saying his opinion wouldn’t matter to the NFL.
The Vikings have had an unseasonably cool training camp, which isn’t exactly what coach Leslie Frazier was looking for. Veterans like Kevin Williams, who said the best part of camp is the conclusion, don’t mind the temperatures.
Linebacker Audie Cole had the game of his life last year when the Vikings played the Buffalo Bills in the preseason and it may have saved his NFL career. He talked about that, the advantages and disadvantages of his height, and where he has improved.