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Reports: Berry, Chiefs ‘unlikely’ to strike deal before deadline

Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry may end up playing the 2016 season under the one-year franchise tag. According to Rand Getlin of NFL Network, the Chiefs and Berry are “unlikely” to come to an agreement on a new long-term deal before Friday’s deadline for franchise-tagged players. Absent a significant shift in the next two days, I’m told the #Chiefs and Eric Berry...
Via The Sports Daily
July 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Vikings' leading tackler Harrison Smith ruled out for Sunday

Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith has been downgraded and is now listed as out for the Atlanta Falcons game because of a knee injury.Smith was listed as questionable on Friday, but the team said on Saturday that he will be scratched. Smith was injured last week against Green Bay.He missed the first two practices of the week, but was able to do some work on Friday, giving the...
Via Associated Press
November 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Is there anything Vikings' Harrison Smith can't do?

Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith might be the most complete defensive back in the entire NFL.That's not hyperbole; Smith has the stats to back it up. Since his rookie season in 2012, the Notre Dame product is the only player in the league with more than 10 interceptions and at least five sacks.Smith's fifth career sack came on a first-half blitz against the Vikings on Sunday...
Via FOX Sports
October 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Minnesota Vikings Safety Harrison Smith Off To Incredible Start This Season

For the last three season, Vikings safety Harrison Smith has established himself as an up and coming player in the NFL. He has been a force to be reckoned with in the Vikings secondary, and will likely get signed to a rather hefty contract extension in the off-season.According to the stats that the good folks at Pro Football Focus keep that extension should be pretty nice.via RedditRead more »
Via FatManWriting
October 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Kaepernick gets demolished trying to scramble vs. Vikings

Colin Kaepernick might want to think about sliding the next time he scrambles. Well, at least when Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith is coming right at him. The San Francisco 49ers quarterback is known for his agility as a dual-threat quarterback, but that can put him in dangerous situations, which is exactly what happened Monday night. Kaepernick tried to pick up some extra...
September 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Minnesota Vikings: Five keys to beating the Saints in week three

After getting completely dominated by the New England Patriots in week 2, Mike Zimmer and the Minnesota Vikings look to turn the page as they travel to New Orleans to take on Sean Payton and the Saints. After a crazy week for the front office and the rest of the Vikings’ organization, due to the dwelling Adrian Peterson situation, the Vikings will have to prepare for a crucial...
September 19, 2014  |  Discuss

With Smith back, coaches now working to find safety partner

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Seeing Harrison Smith roam the middle of the field is a welcome sight for the Minnesota Vikings after Smith's sophomore season was interrupted by a debilitating toe injury. Smith gives coach Mike Zimmer a playmaker in the secondary to build around in Minnesota's new defense. Smith, 25, is a budding star, a first-round draft pick who has demonstrated an ability...
Via Fox Sports North
June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Vikings make roster moves, activate safety Harrison Smith

EDEN PRAIRIE -- The Vikings shuffled their roster around Saturday, on the eve of a home contest with Philadelphia. Minnesota activated standout safety Harrison Smith from the Injured Reserve - Designated for Return list. Smith, a second-year player out of Notre Dame, had been out since mid-October due to a toe injury. Smith has 34 total tackles in 2013, to go along with two interceptions...
Via Fox Sports North
December 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Vikings hope to have Harrison Smith back Sunday

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Harrison Smith has been thinking about this weekend since October. When Smith was put on injured reserve with the Minnesota Vikings' lone designation to return, he mapped out the schedule. Eight weeks he would be out while dealing with a toe injury. But he knew the dates and even the opponents. Even a few weeks away from returning he was able to recite the...
Via Fox Sports North
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Vikings safety Harrison Smith nearing a return to practice

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Harrison Smiths decision to forgosurgery on his injured toe could pay off next week.Smith, the Minnesota Vikings playmaking safety, has beenout since the second half of Week 5 when he injured his toe. Originallydescribed as turf toe, Smith said there was a little more to the injury thanturf toe. Doctors told Smith he might have to have surgery, but rest andrehabilitation...
Via Fox Sports North
November 22, 2013  |  Discuss

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