In this article we delve deep into the Vikings offseason needs and determine whether they would be better off addressed in free agency or through the draft. While free agency allows you to get a seasoned vet that has spent time in the NFL and you are aware of what you are getting, addressing in the Draft can be a cheaper and more rewarding option.
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Charlie Johnson would like to return to the Vikings next season, but as an eight-year veteran on a team with a losing record, he knows the business side of football. He isnât ruling out a return, but the close losses of 2013 create a lot of âwhat ifâ scenarios.
Matt Kalil said he and Charlie Johnson found a quick rhythm last year and expects more of the same this year. Johnson helped make Kalilâs rookie transition easier. Plus, get notes from Mondayâs practice, including some solid results in the kicking game.
Since receiver Percy Harvin was placed on IR December 15th with a severely sprained ankle, he's been away from the team, choosing to rehab on his own at his home in Florida.
Of the people Ben Goessling of the Pioneer Press asked, head coach Leslie Frazier hasn't heard from him in a while, Adrian Peterson said he and Harvin bounced a few test messages back and forth, andÂ OL...
Hey guys, remember that Chris Johnson guy? The hold-out who ran for a total of something like 13 yards in his first five games last season? Yeah, him. Well, he's "back" and more dangerous than ever, and also touting himself as the best running back in the league. From a recent Pro Football Talk article:
âI feel I am still the best back in the league, and I...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Matt Kalil was visiting the Minnesota Vikings facilities the day after being the fourth-overall pick by the team in the NFL draft when he came face-to-face with Charlie Johnson, the man who's spot at left tackle he was taking.
It was a meeting Minnesota offensive line coach Jeff Davidson had prompted and one he wanted to get out of the way quickly. The message...
The drafting of Matt Kalil will move Charlie Johnson to guard, and he is handling the move professionally. Johnson talked about the transition, his skill set, getting to know Kalil and more.
Charlie Johnson held down the left tackle position for the Vikings in 2011 but now faces a move inside.
Charlie Johnson came to the Vikings because the Colts drafted a left tackle in the first round last year. He may face a repeat scenario this year with the Vikings.
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