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Cedric Griffin “played freely” being back in the starting lineup, but will that translate into a future with the Minnesota Vikings? Head coach Leslie Frazier was certainly pleased to finally see Griffin playing the prescribed techniques.
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Vikings fans everywhere held their breath Sunday when running back Adrian Peterson suffered what looked to be a devastating leg injury. Everyone's worst fears were realized a day later when Peterson's injury was confirmed to be a torn ACL and MCL. But despite the mental and physical agony Peterson was undoubtedly going through, he still had time to fulfill a promise to a...
Jim Kleinsasser has spent 13 seasons' worth of Sundays flattening opponents with pancake blocks and paving the way for some of the game's great running backs.
This Sunday will be his last.
The Minnesota Vikings' battering ram is calling it a career. And it's been more than anyone could have imagined when the Vikings drafted him in the second round back in 1999....
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson moved up his surgery with Dr. James Andrews because of the pain in his injured left knee. Plus, two Vikings were given awards for their involvement in the community and with the media.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - The athletic abilities of star running back Adrian Peterson led the Minnesota Vikings...
Leslie Frazier is finishing his first full season as head coach of the Vikings and says he has no reason to question his future after a 3-12 season.
Leslie Frazier says his job security "has never been an issue" despite a dismal record for the Minnesota Vikings in his first full season as head coach.
The Bears will have to keep Minnesota's run defense honest this week by taking some chances down the field.
A look at four keys for the Bears to beat the Minnesota Vikings.
1. Take chances in the passing game
Although Kahlil Bell rushed for 121 yards last week against the Packers and the Bears racked up 199 net rushing yards, Mike Martz can’t forget about the pass this week...
ANALYSIS/OPINION A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' defense and some observations after rewatching the TV broadcast of their 33-26 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. GAME BALLS ILB LONDON FLETCHER: Fletcher was credited with 17 tackles and half a sack. The Vikings still rushed for ...