Ben Leber denies existence of bounty program for 2009 Vikings

The 2009 Vikings had a bounty program of their own. Unless they didn’t. Former Vikings linebacker Ben Leber has strongly denied a claim for former Vikings guard Artis Hicks that the team victimized by the Saints’ bounty scandal had a bounty program of its own. “I never heard of any bounty program existing within Vikings locker…
Via Pro Football Talk
October 27, 2016

With Teddy Down, What Options Do the Vikings Have at Quarterback?

Another year, another historically heartbreaking moment for Vikings fans. Sure, other teams have injury issues, look at the Cowboys. But Tony Romo wasn't taken away from the game against the Seahawks in an ambulance. In fact, former Viking linebacker Ben Leber said on KFAN that the only time he'd seen a player leave a practice facility in an ambulance during his entire career was...
Via Vikings Journal
August 31, 2016

Vikings Analyst Ben Leber Breaks Down Teddy Bridgewater, Chad Greenway

MANKATO, Minn. – Even after retiring from the NFL, it took Ben Leber a few years to shake the nerves that cropped up before training camp every season. Now, the former Vikings linebacker simply en...
August 11, 2016

Vikings should model Carolina Panthers in growth

History repeated itself yesterday. With the Panthers 31-27 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, Carolina became the first 15-win team to reach the NFC Championship game since the 1998 Minnesota Vikings. The fate of the Panthers this season remains to be seen, but early odds-makers have Carolina as a three-point home favorite to reach the Super Bowl. What can the Vikings...
Via EndZoneScore
January 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Painful Lessons in the NFL

A group of former NFL players has thrown another challenge flag. The NFL was already backed up near its own goal line due to a concussion lawsuit that could potentially cost the league billions of dollars, but now the NFL faces another lawsuit filed by retired players that says teams gave them painkillers illegally and allowed injured players back into games when they shouldn’t...
Via The Sports Post
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

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