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According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Minnesota Vikings signed former Cardinals offensive tackle Brandon Keith today.
Keith was last seen as the starting right tackle in Arizona during the 2011 season, which ended early because of an injury to his right ankle. Keith, a seventh-round pick by Arizona in 2009, had other injury issues during his stint with the Cardinals and didn’t sign with anyone as a free agent last offseason. If he’s healthy, he’ll try to work his way toward another chance at a starting job somewhere in the league by serving as a backup to Phil Loadholt.
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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Two players from this weekend's rookie minicamp impressed the Minnesota Vikings enough to stick around.
Minnesota announced Monday that it has signed tackle Brandon Keith and wide receiver Adam Thielen, two of 34 players that were part of the Vikings' rookie minicamp last weekend on a tryout basis.
Keith, a four-year veteran, was a seventh-round pick...
The writing on the wall has become the reality for Chris Kluwe.
On Monday, the Vikings' longtime punter announced on his Twitter account that he's been released, issuing his goodbyes to fans, teammates, ownership, and even fish.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Greg Jennings had just finished up a workout as part of the Minnesota Vikings offseason conditioning program last week when reporters gathered around Minnesota's new receiver and asked Jennings if seeing "Vikings" spelled out across his shirt was a strange sight.
Jennings looked down at the "Vikings" across his chest and seemed like he...
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Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe told the Star Tribune that he’ll find out on Monday whether he’ll get released or not.
“Most teams generally don’t draft a punter in the fifth round unless that’s who they’re going to go with,” Kluwe said. “They said they would let me know Monday after the rookie minicamp.”
Kluwe had a solid season in 2012...
Chris Kluwe may believe that the Minnesota Vikings released him because of his views on gay rights but the truth is he is not worth the salary. Kluwe was set to make $1.4 million during the upcoming season after performing as a middle of the pack punter for the last two years.
Kluwe knew his time with the Vikings was short when the team drafted Jeff Locke with the 155th overall pick...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Chris Kluwe says he has been released by the Minnesota Vikings.
The punter tweeted Monday that he is no longer a member of the team. Kluwe thanked the Vikings fans, his teammates and Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf for the past eight seasons in Minnesota. He says he "wouldn't have traded it for anything."
The move was expected after the Vikings...
See some of the more intriguing new Vikings in action at their rookie minicamp, from Cordarrelle Patterson to Xavier Rhodes to Duron Carter.
The Minnesota Vikings selected punter Jeff Locke in the sixth round of the recent NFL Draft. The addition was expected to push incumbent Chris Kluwe, but it appears that the Vikings may hand the rookie the job sooner than later and part ways with the veteran, according to Mark Craig and Dan Wiederer of The Star-Tribune.
After selecting Locke, Vikings general manager Rick Spielman...
It’s not often that one of the week’s loudest and most frequently cited headlines involves the release of a punter.
But when the Minnesota Vikings dropped Chris Kluwe earlier this week, it ensured that during this relatively news less post-draft time, that a special teamer would be in the headlines for awhile.
Kluwe spent eight years in Minnesota, being best known alternatively...
According to Tom Pelissero of 1500ESPN.com, the Minnesota Vikings have released punter Chris Kluwe.
Just talked to Chris Kluwe. He was released after his workout this morning. Feels he can punt another 4 or 5 years in the NFL. Knee is good.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) May 6, 2013
As long as Kluwe is healthy, I can’t imagine him having a hard time finding a new team.
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Chris Kluwe likes gays a lot and not guns so much.
This is an unpopular opinion for any guy to be espousing nowadays. It is especially deadly if said guy happens to be employed by a professional sports league as Kluwe is was.
The Vikings released the punter Monday. This may or may not have everything to do with Kluwe's views about gay marriage (for) and gun control legislation...
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Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com wrote early Monday it may soon be the end of the road in Minnesota for punter Chris Kluwe.
Indeed, Kluwe confirmed the rumors when he tweeted his goodbye Monday morning and took the opportunity to thank of all of his fans.
Kluwe, 31, was due to make $1.4 million this season in the final year of a seven-year deal signed back in 2007.
Perhaps the writing...