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If Matt Cassel has plans on stealing Christian Ponder’s job as the quarterback of the Minnesota Vikings, he’s doing a really good job of hiding it.
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Just when you thought it was safe for Brett Favre to mend fences with the Green Bay Packers, he goes and helps their most prolific receiver in recent years head to a division rival.
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The Kansas City Chiefs are on the clock with the first pick in the NFL Draft. In addition to their new coach, they now have a new QB in Alex Smith. This years draft was missing the big time talent at QB from last year so Andy Reid made the right move in trading for Smith. Now they are forced to make a decision for the future. There are a lot of option at the top of the draft...
Leslie Frazier had to endure Percy Harvin and his temperament for four years until the malcontent receiver forced his way out of Minnesota.
At the time of his departure the question was, “Who is going to take his place?” Now that former Green Bay Packer Greg Jennings is in the fold, Frazier is breathing a little easier.
The mild mannered coach likes the direction the team...
It’s amazing how quickly things can change in the NFL. With most of the marquee talent off the open market, let’s take a look at each team’s updated 2013 NFL Draft needs. We begin with the Kansas City Chiefs, who hold the No. 1 overall pick.
There was plenty of uncertainty on what Kansas City would do at the top spot less than a month ago.
Now, it’s clear as day what...
Peter King of SI.com believed the Chiefs ”will listen” to trade offers for OT Branden Albert.
Albert, 28, received the Chiefs franchise tag a few weeks ago and is set to make a $9.83 million for the upcoming season. Recent reports have suggested that the Chiefs were hoping to work out a long-term deal with Albert, but the fact that they recently released RT Eric Winston...
Greg Jennings said he communicated with Brett Favre a few times during his visit to Minnesota, a 24-hour period that ended with Jennings signing a five-year contract with $18 million in guarantees.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The Minnesota Vikings added offensive line depth Tuesday, agreeing to terms of a deal with guard Seth Olsen, according to the team's Twitter account.
Olsen, 27, played the last two seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, starting five games during that time. A Willmar, Minn. native, Olsen spent the 2010 season on Minnesota's practice squad, but was among...
During an interview with Paul Allen of KFAN, Greg Jennings said that Brett Favre gave him an idea of how it is to play for the Minnesota Vikings.
Jennings said that he was talking to Favre while meeting with the Vikings’ front office,
“Literally, as I got off the plane and (offensive coordinator Bill) Musgrave walked up to me, I’m on the phone with Brett,” Jennings said on...
The Minnesota Vikings have signed Seth Olsen to add some depth to their offensive line.
The Vikings announced the signing on Tuesday. Olsen was on the Vikings practice squad in 2010 and spent the past two seasons playing in Indianapolis. He made five starts for the Colts and returns to his home state to serve as a backup at both guard and tackle.
The Vikings were in the market...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Shortly after announcing the signing of receiver Greg Jennings to a reported five-year, 47.5 million contract with 18 million guaranteed, Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman spoke with local reporters on the side and offered his reasoning for breaking from his philosophy of staying away from paying big money in free agency.
Spielman firmly believes...
Greg Jennings may have left Green Bay for an in-division rival in the Minnesota Vikings and yes for the team that offered him the most money - five years, $47.5 million, $18 million guaranteed - but he went to the team that made him feel wanted the most.
And yet on paper you can see why some people feel this is a selfish act to go for the money, as it is being reported he rejected...