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THE OL' GUNSLINGER
Where was Brett Favre around the time the Houston Texans might have been wanting to give him a call about their QB situation? Oh, just in the middle of nowhere Colorado killing the giant elk you see here. In our ongoing effort to keep track of the Gunslinger for you, we came across this photo of Brett and his kill. ‘Tis that time of year when hunters drop wild animals. What else...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Selected in the second round of the 2010 draft, Minnesota Vikings running back Toby Gerhart has displayed one key trait in his 16 months with the team: patience.
Gerhart knew the situation he was walking into when he was the 51st overall pick. The 6-foot, 231-pounder was chosen to be Adrian Peterson's backup and possibly receive time as a third-down back...
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will wear a walking boot for the next two days as he deals with an ankle injury that will likely keep him on the sidelines this weekend.Peterson was injured in last week's loss to the Oakland Raiders and was diagnosed with a Grade 1 high ankle sprain. It's the least serious sprain, but still requires 1-2 weeks of recovery time...
Will Leslie Frazier survive this disaster of a season? A look back at the Les Steckel "Era" gives a few hints.
Urban Meyer is all about himself, writes Fox reporter.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier. (Associated Press Photo/Andy King)
FLOWERY BRANCH — After the Falcons played three quarters in the no-huddle offense last week, the Vikings are getting ready for the attack.
“Oakland last week was almost all no-huddle,” Minnesota head coach Leslie Frazier said. “Green Bay started the game in the no-huddle. We’ve seen it and we...
Vikings reporters Dan Wiederer and Mark Craig discuss the progress of Adrian Peterson's injured ankle and quarterback Christian Ponder's progress since replacing Donovan McNabb earlier this season.
Coach Leslie Frazier will make the final call, but the Vikings' star running back believes he'll be ready to go.
Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook plans to claim self-defense as he fights charges stemming from an altercation with his girlfriend.
Minnesota Vikings cornerback
Chris Cook plans to claim self-defense as he fights charges stemming from an
altercation with his girlfriend.