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Lorenzo Booker understands the Vikings’ situation at running back well. Adrian Peterson, when healthy, commands the ball. But Booker is hoping to re-sign with the Vikings in free agency and believes he can do more if given the chance.
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The Vikings filled two coaching staff holes on Thursday, naming Alan Williams defensive coordinator and Brendan Daly defensive line coach. Williams replaces Fred Pagac who was demoted from defensive coordinator last week and is apparently still mulling taking back his old linebackers coach job. Daly steps in for Karl Dunbar who was (somewhat surprisingly) canned a couple of weeks...
In this SportsCenter Not Top 10 clip, anchor John Anderson looks back at the 2008 NFC Championship Game and says that Brett Favre "squeezes one off" as Favre throws a pick in OT of a game that the New York Giants would go on to win over Favre's Green Bay Packers. When thinking of "squeezing one off," I don't think of throwing an interception with minimal...
Leslie Frazier hired two defensive he knows when it came to making changes with his staff.
If the Minnesota Vikings don't end up building at the Ramsey County former ammunitions plant site, the state should spend $30 million to fix up the site, the governor says
The Minnesota Vikings have hired Alan Williams as their new defensive coordinator. Coach Leslie Frazier finalized changes to his staff Thursday, choosing the former Indianapolis Colts defensive backs coach to replace Fred Pagac (puh-GITCH) in charge of Minnesota's defense. The Vikings also hired Brendan Daly to be their defensive line coach, replacing Karl Dunbar.
Jimmye Laycock coached Alan Williams as a player and had him as an assistant at William & Mary. Laycock knows Williams has what it takes to be successful as the Vikings defensive coordinator.