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An NFL head coach is only as good as his coaching staff. Leslie Frazier would do well to follow Dennis Green's lead and hire some top-notch lieutenants to work for him.
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My tipster sends me this “This kid plays basketball at Lifetime every day and every day he sees McNabb there. He went up to him, referenced McNabb’s Syracuse hoops days, and asked him to play on his his team. They’ve had 1 game so far and McNabb put up 14-10. As a Vikings fan, I wish he would’ve decided to pursue his basketball career 6 months...
The Minnesota Vikings have relieved Fred Pagac of his duties as defensive coordinator but have offered him a demotion to his former role of linebackers coach, the Pioneer Press reported Sunday, citing sources.
Pagac, who became defensive coordinator last January after serving as linebackers coach from 2006 to 2010, was yet to inform the team on whether he would accept the new offer...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Adrian Peterson has seen the replays of his devastating knee injury.
On Christmas Eve, the Minnesota Vikings' 100 million man dropped to the turf at Washington's FedEx Field after Redskins safety DeJon Gomes hit Peterson's left knee while his leg was planted.
On Friday, talking to the media for the first time since a torn ACL and MCL required surgery...
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson addressed the media Friday, two weeks after have knee surgery, saying everything is on track with his recovery and rehabilitation.
Now that the Minnesota Vikings have interviewed several candidates for Fred Pagac's job, the team has relieved him of his duties as defensive coordinator.
By PATRICK CONDON
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Ramsey County leaders upped their offer Thursday to be the home of a new Minnesota Vikings stadium to a total of 375 million, while the city of Minneapolis offered 313 million for the team to rebuild at the current Metrodome site.
The two local governments submitted dueling proposals Thursday to Gov. Mark Dayton as each seek...
Adrian Peterson is done with the painful first two weeks that followed surgery to reconstruct the ACL in his left knee. The Minnesota Vikings running back and head athletic trainer Eric Sugarman met with reporters on Friday to give an update on his recovery. Peterson ruptured the ACL and tore the MCL in his knee against the Washington Redskins on Dec.