Jamarca Sanford remains in regular contact with Percy Harvin and had “no doubt” the receiver would return to play against his former team, the Minnesota Vikings. Sanford anticipates plenty of “smack talking” with Harvin, via text and phone conversations, throughout the week.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Facing quarterback Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys' eighth-ranked passing offense, the Minnesota Vikings will be without three members of their starting secondary Sunday.
Safety Harrison Smith, the biggest playmaking defensive back for Minnesota, is on the short-term injured reserve and the Vikings will also be without cornerback Chris Cook and safety...
Minnesota Vikings safety Jamarca Sanford wants his old teammate back. Sanford told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that he plans to talk cornerback Antoine Winfield out of retirement. “I will most definitely call
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- As far as Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier is concerned, there will be no veteran group dispatched to try and talk cornerback Antoine Winfield out of retirement.Minnesota knows how what can happen when trying to talk a retired player out of retirement. It worked when the traveling part of Ryan Longwell, Jared Allen and Steve Hutchinson went to Mississippi...
MANKATO, Minn. -- Watch enough of the Minnesota Vikings practicing and often you'll hear safety Jamarca Sanford before you see him.
Sanford likes to talk. Just ask him and he'll tell you.
He's loud and doesn't apologize for being boisterous. Sanford doesn't want to be known as just a big talker though. He knows he has to be able to back up his talk with his...
Perhaps no player on the Vikings’ roster was affected as much personally by personnel decisions as safety Jamarca Sanford, who lost three good friends to another market in less than a month.
With the re-signing of Jamarca Sanford, the Vikings don’t have a pressing need at safety, but this is a fairly deep draft class at the position. We go in-depth to review the stats, analysis, measurables and projections for the top 10 safeties.
Safety Jamarca Sanford, who wasn’t a starter to begin the 2012 season but held onto the job after getting it following an injury, is back with the Vikings, he tweeted.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Jamarca Sanford is back in the Minnesota Vikings' starting lineup at safety following Mistral Raymond's ankle injury, but he can easily recall the depths to which he sunk after being told at the end of the preseason than Raymond had won the starting spot.
Sanford, who started all 15 games he played last season, had worked on his conditioning during the...
According to one Minnesota Vikings player, the coaching staff has informed the team that if a player touches the rehabbing Adrian Peterson in practice, they will get cut.