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1. Wide Receiver
The Minnesota Vikings need to upgrade the talent around Christian Ponder. Michael Jenkins has already been cut, and to make matters worse, it sounds as though Percy Harvin could be traded at some point this offseason. This is a position that must be address with a high-profile free agent, or in the first round of the draft.
The Vikings could use an upgrade at both middle and weak-side linebacker, especially if Erin Henderson isn’t re-signed. Arthur Brown and Alec Ogletree could be options in the first round.
3. Defensive Tackle
The Williams wall crumbled a few years ago and the Vikings interior defensive line hasn’t been the same since. They could use a nose tackle to plug in next to Kevin Williams.
BEST OF MAXIM
A number of problems have already been examined between Percy Harvin and the Minnesota Vikings, but a new report sheds further light into the situation.
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports, Harvin threatened to walk out on the Vikings prior to last season after the New England Patriots gave an extension to tight end Aaron Hernandez, his college teammate at the University of Florida...
After months of deliberating over a roster that over-achieved to reach 10 wins and get in to the playoffs, the Minnesota Vikings took a step to re-image their current selves by releasing one of the stalwarts on the offensive side. On Monday, wide receiver Michael Jenkins was released from the team, ending his amazing two year stint with the Vikings.
It was an abrupt end for a...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The Minnesota Vikings have made their first move in their expected overhaul of the receiving corps.
Minnesota reportedly released veteran receiver Michael Jenkins on Monday, a move first reported by ESPN. Jenkins, 30, was third on the Vikings with 449 receiving yards and tied for third with 40 catches. He signed a three-year, 8.75 million deal with the team...
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, Pervy Harvin almost walked out on the Minnesota Vikings last year after hearing that his former Florida teammate Aaron Hernandez got a new contract from the Patriots after only two years. This is just another example as to why I think the Vikings will either trade Harvin or let him play out the final year of his current deal and allow him...
The Minnesota Vikings released wide receiver Michael Jenkins
yesterday in order to avoid paying the veteran his bonus, according to Adam
Schefter of ESPN.
Before having to pay his bonus in March, the Vikings released veteran WR Michael Jenkins.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 4, 2013
Jenkins was due to receive a $2.425 million roster bonus
this month if he remained...
By now, most NFL fans are aware of the rift between the Minnesota Vikings and their speedy wide receiver Percy Harvin. After reading a report from Yahoo!Sports this evening, I am wondering if Harvin is possibly insane. Harvin is entering the final year of his rookie deal and has made it perfectly clear that he wants a new deal. It’s the reported terms of the deal that are, well...
Vikings receiver Percy Harvin reportedly threatened to walk out on his team last year after a former Florida Gators teammate signed a contract extension and Harvin still didn’t have an extension.
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Percy Harvin almost walked out on the team last year. apparently, and also is having trouble reaching a new contract with the Minnesota Vikings because he wants Calvin Johnson money (8 years, $132 Million) instead of Dwayne Bowe money (About $11 Million a year). His unwillingness to negotiate...
The Minnesota Vikings are reportedly one of the leading
suitors for former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, and his
addition could mean the team ultimately parts ways with dynamic playmaker Percy
There have been multiple documented issues between the
Vikings and Harvin. He’s had several blowups with coaches, and Jason Cole of
Yahoo! Sports reports the...
Amidst all of the crazy roster moves the Minnesota Vikings had this week (see: the Vikings released Michael Jenkins, and ... That's about it), there were a couple of other moves that went a bit more below the radar. Namely, the always-important position of Assistant Special Teams Coach was filled after Vikings stalwart Chris White recently left to coach at Iowa.