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Offensive guard Anthony Herrera is visiting with the Bears today according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
The Minnesota Vikings released starting guards Steve Hutchinson and Anthony Herrera, as well as cornerback Cedric Griffin, the team confirmed Saturday.The team will save approximately $13 million against the salary cap.Hutchinson, an 11-year veteran of the NFL missed the final two games in 2010 with injuries and was scheduled to cost the Vikings $7 million in cap space. The seven...
The Minnesota Vikings have shed more than $13 million in payroll and three established starters in preparation for free agency.
The Vikings released left guard Steve Hutchinson, right guard Anthony Herrera and cornerback Cedric Griffin on Saturday, cutting three players who've been in their starting lineup for the better part of the past five seasons or more.
According to Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press, the Minnesota Viking plan on releasing starting guards Steve Hutchinson and Anthony Herrera.
The 34 year-old Hutchinson was scheduled to make almost $7 million in 2012, which is way too much for a veteran whose career is just about over.
Herrera (31 years-old) on the other hand was scheduled to make almost $3 million this coming season...
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says starting right guard Anthony Herrera will not play on Monday night against the Green Bay Packers because of a ligament injury in his left knee. Herrera missed the Vikings previous game against Carolina as well. They had a bye last week and Frazier was hopeful Herrera would be able to return to the practice field this week to test it out. But the...
Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says starting right guard Anthony Herrera will not play on Monday night against the Green Bay Packers because of a ligament injury in his left knee.
Herrera missed the Vikings' previous game against Carolina as well. They had a bye last week and Frazier was hopeful Herrera would be able to return to the practice field this week to test...
Via AP on Fox
November 11, 2011
Minnesota Vikings guard Anthony Herrera has damaged his surgically repaired left knee and is unlikely to play Sunday at Carolina.
October 26, 2011
Anthony Herrera, the Vikings’ starting right guard, could have his season cut short after re-injuring his surgically repaired left knee. It was just one piece of news in a busy Monday at Winter Park.
Vikings OG Anthony Herrera has suffered a torn PCL in his left knee, according to a report in the Pioneer Press. The injury could sideline him for two weeks. Herrera left Sunday's loss to the Packers in the second quarter, but tried to come back before having to leave the game for good in the second half. Herrera has been with the Vikings since he entered the league in 2004,...