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The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to terms with cornerback Jacob Lacey on a contract. While the terms haven’t been released, Lacey is expected to compete for a possible starting position in 2013.
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The Vikings drafted a punter over the weekend and Chris Kluwe suspects his outspoken nature and activism may lead to him being out of a job.
One of the most underrated post draft activities is the chase for undrafted free agents. Teams can find diamonds in the rough by combing though their draft boards and finding out who is left.
According to Vikings.com, in the everlasting quest for talent, the Vikings have signed 13 rookie free agents.
Iowa quarterback James Vandenberg,
North Carolina wide receiver...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. First-round draft pick Cordarrelle Patterson insists he's not replacing anyone as he joins the Minnesota Vikings.
Patterson only hopes to do his part with Minnesota; he's not trying to fill the immense shoes of Randy Moss as the long-sought deep-play threat in the Vikings' offense or that of the versatile playmaker Percy Harvin.
Of course, he has...
Punter Chris Kluwe might be out of a job with the Minnesota Vikings. Only, according to him, it may not be for the reasons you’d think.
Kluwe has been noted throughout his career for his social activism. Over the years, gay rights has been his pet topic, appearing on The Colbert Report and joining with former Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo to file a brief with the Supreme...
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe believes his days with the team may be numbered and said his pro gay marriage stance could be the reason he might lose his job.
On Sunday, Kluwe said he is starting to sense that rumors surrounding whether or not he will be released from the team will soon become "distractions."
"It’s a shame that in a league with players...
The younger Vikings are already experiencing the benefits of a veteran leader in the receiving corps with the addition of Greg Jennings.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Harrison Smith is only in his second year as a safety for the Minnesota Vikings, but he envisions having more of a vocal role in the team's secondary.
The way Smith sees the young secondary, everyone will need to step forward after losing veteran leader Antoine Winfield in the offseason.
"He was obviously the leader of the group and we all had a ton...
According to the Pioneer Press, the Minnesota Vikings will release their new stadium design on May 13th.
The schematic design of the $975 million Vikings stadium will be unveiled at 7 p.m. May 13 at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority said Saturday, April 27.
It will be the public’s first look at what the new home of the Vikings, scheduled...
The Minnesota Vikings have waived cornerback Nick Taylor. Spending the whole year on injured reserve in 2102 he will try to hook up with another organization.
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The all-universe Adrian Peterson has set his rushing yardage goal at a seemingly impossible 2,500 yards for the Vikings' 2013 season.
After an MVP season and one that saw him come up 9 yards short of the single season rushing record, Adrian Peterson has revealed that his goal going into 2013 is to rush for 2500 yards.
Via NFL.com Peterson sounded as committed than ever of achieving the goal, stating to Sports Illustrated:
“It’s not something I’m going to focus on early. I’ll let the chips fall where...
To be, or not to be (gay), that is the question Unless you were murdered on Sunday or are living under a rock, you have heard that professional basketball player Jason Collins has openly admitted he is gay. He is the first active professional athlete in any of the four major sports — football, basketball, baseball, or [...]The post Gays running amok in the NFL! by John Jedlicka...
The 2013 NFL Draft is over, yet it is impossible to say who the “winners” and “losers” are immediately. However, I will analyze the picks that stood out to me, which ones seem like good fits, which were good value, and which were questionable. So, without further ado, my 2013 NFL Draft analysis.
I like what Minnesota did in the draft this year...