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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. As one of several potential free agents this offseason, Minnesota Vikings linebacker E.J. Henderson understands the importance of the season's final two games as well as anyone.
There's a lot at stake for Minnesota (2-12), which is trying to avoid the worst record in team history. Henderson also knows something far more impactful on the players, coaches and staff will follow these last two games. Everything and everyone will be evaluated intensely after such a disappointing season.
"These last two games is pretty much going to be to finish up your resume for this year," Henderson said. "It's going to be the last impression coaches have for you. Coach is stressing that to us. I'm stressing that to the young guys and I think everybody is focused on these Redskins."
Defensive end Jared Allen acknowledged the inevitable after Sunday's 42-20 loss at home to the New Orleans Saints when he said, "A lot of people probabl...
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Among the many records Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson has captured during his short five-year NFL career, there is one particular mark he holds above all the others.
Peterson has said his favorite record is the all-time, single-game rushing mark he set as a rookie, when he ran for 296 yards in just his eighth game as a pro.
Minnesota Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe accused some of his teammates of quitting in Sunday's 42-20 home loss to the New Orleans Saints.
“I would say, you could see some guys hung it up," Shiancoe said in a radio interview. "Not a lot though. Like a very small handful of guys."
The Saints scored 28 unanswered points in the game and piled up 573 yards...
Viking players are griping anonymously to the media again, and that spells more bad news for Leslie Frazier. As usual, the griping revolves around the secondary. Judd Zulgad got the scoop from inside sources that many on the Vikings are unhappy with the way the team has handled cornerback Chris Cook and his legal issues. The gripe boils down to this: While the active players are...
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is the best. He's the best punter in the game, the best video gamer on the team, the best interview in the state, and the best husband to his children. I'm assuming. He's also, in most of these cases, the only person he knows that does many of these things (joke about him not fathering his children correctly is extremely inappropriate...
The odds have been against Bill Musgrave from the start this season.
He left his job as quarterbacks coach in Atlanta to become the offensive coordinator in Minnesota, but the lockout robbed him of the chance to get a head start on installing his system with rookie quarterback Christian Ponder and the offense.
Musgrave also planned to lean heavily on Adrian Peterson, but the star...
Post-practice blog from Winter Park
This week's Behind Enemy Lines.
Coach Leslie Frazier's focus is not on job security, despite the Vikings' 2-12 record. Plus, what role, if any, will Cedric Griffin have in the team's final two games of the season?
The Vikings' star running back has not had many touches since he was in peak form at midseason.
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Copy this image of Brett Favre and his Mississippi family picture, then paste it onto a Microsoft Word document. Then print out 10-20 copies and you are welcome. Don't worry, I already tweeted Jenn Sterger the image to make sure she was involved.
Via Favre's daughter family friend(?)
The 2-12 Vikings haven't had an interception in nine weeks (worst in the league) as they take on Washington, second in the league for giving up interceptions. Plus, a comparison of quarterbacks Christian Ponder and Rex Grossman.