The Minnesota Vikings are entering training camp with only three quarterbacks—something they’ve only done once in the last seven years (in 2010, with Tavaris Jackson, Sage Rosenfels and Joe Webb)—and could potentially enter the season with only two.
It’s a bit foreign to Vikings fans, but becoming much more common in the NFL. In 2009, only seven teams opened the season with...
The greatest Jewish quarterback of all time was Sid Luckman. I am not just saying that because I am a Chicago Bears fan, I am saying that because Luckman is still considered by many one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time regardless of his religion. After that there is a discussion. Benny Friedman is probably #2. He is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and is a 4X All Pro. Ranking...
Sage Rosenfels has been out of the NFL since he was released by the Minnesota Vikings before last season and now he's officially announced his retirement.Rosenfels, who spent two seasons as a backup in Minnesota sandwiched around a year with the New York Giants made the announcement on his Facebook page. Rosenfels, 35, was in training camp with the Vikings last season after spending...
Former NFL quarterback Sage Rosenfels has retired from the NFL after a 12-year NFL career.
Veteran QB Sage Rosenfels announced his retirement this evening via his Facebook page. Good guy.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) July 15, 2013
Rosenfels played for the Redskins, Dolphins, Texans, Vikings, and Giants.
During his career he was one of the most reliable back ups in the league.
The Minnesota Vikings have waived veteran quarterback Sage Rosenfels, meaning they will enter the season with three youngsters at the game's most high-profile position.
The Vikings announced the cuts on Friday night. Letting Rosenfels go was mildly surprising considering starter Christian Ponder is entering his second season, backup Joe Webb is entering his third season but...
Sage Rosenfels has signed three more contracts with the Vikings than games played. His career has been dotted with very short opportunities to compete for starting jobs before a more intriguing veteran came along.
Backup quarterback Sage Rosenfels and the Minnesota Vikings have agreed in principle to a new, two-year contract.
Rick Smith, the agent for Rosenfels, confirmed Monday that the deal was in place. It was first reported by FoxSports.com.
Rosenfels was eligible for unrestricted free agency, which begins Tuesday.
Rosenfels was acquired by the Vikings in 2009 from the Texans for a...
Via AP on Fox
March 12, 2012
After cutting ties with several long-time players last weekend, the Minnesota Vikings are bringing back one of their veterans.
A source told FOXSports.com that quarterback Sage Rosenfels has agreed to terms on a new contract. Additional details weren't immediately available.
Rosenfels was claimed off waivers by Minnesota last season following the team's release of quarterback...
The Minnesota Vikings are replacing Donovan McNabb with another veteran quarterback who was released this week.
Sage Rosenfels was claimed off waivers Friday by the Vikings, a source told FOXSports.com.
Rosenfels was on Miami's reserve/non-football injury list because before being cut Thursday. Rosenfels was forced to miss almost the entire preseason with the New York Giants...
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