Found March 23, 2012 on Fox Sports North:
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. After testing an unexpectedly soft market in free agency, Minnesota Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson agreed to return to the team on a one-year deal Friday. Henderson's agent, Brian Mackler, confirmed the signing Friday afternoon, and multiple reports say Henderson signed a one-year, 2 million contract. Henderson, 25, developed into a starter for Minnesota last season and entered unrestricted free agency as one of the top linebackers on the market. But with signings slow among linebackers, Henderson made the decision to return to the Vikings and will have the chance to again prove his worth as a starter and re-enter free agency next season. Henderson went from being an undrafted rookie free agent that appeared in 10 games his first season in 2008, mainly playing on special teams, to become the starting weakside linebacker last season. He was fourth on the team with 91 tackles last season and added 1 12 sacks and two forced fumbles. Henderson's return ...

Minnesota Vikings Resign Linebacker Erin Henderson to One-Year Deal

For many years, Vikings fans knew of only one Henderson— E.J. Henderson. This all changed in 2008 when Erin, the brother of aforementioned E.J., declared for the draft. I, like many, was praying Minnesota would take him. I mean, it’s not too often two brothers get to play on the same team together, let alone right next to each other. However, as it turned out, Erin would not...

Erin Henderson to return to Vikings on 1-year deal

Despite not having the smoothest of negotiations, Erin Henderson is returning to the Minnesota Vikings. The 25-year-old linebacker agreed to terms on a one-year deal to stay with the team that signed him as a rookie free agent in 2008, his sports agency tweeted on Friday. Henderson was one of the few standouts for the Vikings during a trying 3-13 season last year. In his first...

Vikings re-sign Erin Henderson, Devin Aromashodu

According to the Star-Tribune, the Minnesota Vikings have re-signed both linebacker Erin Henderson and wide receiver Devin Aromashodu. Both Henderson and Aromashodu signed one-year deals that will pay them around $2 million each. Henderson recorded 70 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 2 forced fumbles in 2011.  Aromshodu caught 26 passes for 468 yards and one touchdown.

Report: Vikings re-sign WR Aromashodu

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The second week of free agency has been an active one for the Minnesota Vikings and theysigned a wide receiver on Friday evening. Minnesota reportedly re-signed Devin Aromashodu to a one-year deal Friday. Aromashodu, 27, had 26 catches for 468 yards and a touchdown last season for Minnesota and came on at the end of the season after injuries hit the team'...

Sullivan calls Saints’ actions ‘despicable’

Vikings center John Sullivan was direct and to the point when asked about his assessment of “Bountygate.” He called the intent to injure “despicable” and “disgusting” and said he hopes the union doesn’t come to the defense of those who did it.

Kluwe wants Vilma 'banned for life'

Opinionated Vikings punter Chris Kluwe believes that Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma "should be banned for life" by the NFL for his alleged integral role in the team's bounty program. 

Kluwe speaks, calls for player suspensions

Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is back with another strong opinion, calling for a lifetime suspension for Jonathan Vilma for his role in Bountygate. Kluwe said he wondered during the NFC Championship Game if there was intent to injure.

Chris Kluwe believes Jonathan Vilma and Gregg Williams should be banned

Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe seems irate over the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal.  He told “Judd & Phunn” on 1500 ESPN that he would like to see Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma and former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams banned from the NFL. “I was pleased,” Kluwe said when asked about Goodell’s actions per ESPN1500. “My position has always...

Can You Find a Better Song that Mentions the Minnesota Vikings?

Some of you like rap music, some of you don't. Frankly, I don't give a **** either way. This isn't a democratic website. I tell you about ****, and no one listens anyway, so there you go. As is, here I am telling you right now that I doubt you'll ever be able to find a better song that includes a reference to the Minnesota Vikings than this following track from the...
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