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SHARRIF FLOYD RUMORS

Minnesota Vikings DT Sharrif Floyd wants to be an extension of 'feisty coach'

Sharrif Floyd's impact has swollen in two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. After playing a reserve role as a rookie in 2013, Floyd expanded into a regular starter along the defensive line in his second NFL season, recording 42 tackles and 4.5 sacks. Now, Floyd is ready to take on some new responsibilities. The big defensive tackle wants to become an on-field extension of "feisty...
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Yo, Sharrif Floyd Gots Pipes

Did you ever want to wake up to the sound of Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd singing in your ear? Of course not, but neither did this guy, and that’s exactly what he got. What the hell am I talking about? Here: The post Yo, Sharrif Floyd Gots Pipes appeared first on Purple Jesus Diaries.
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March 31, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Minnesota Vikings DL Sharrif Floyd Kicks Packers Offensive Lineman in the Junk After Sacking Aaron Rodgers

For an offensive lineman there are certain things they hate to see--closed buffett lines, sugar-free candy, diet soda, light beer, and their quarterback getting sacked. So when T.J. Lang saw that Rodgers was sacked he felt pretty bad already.After Vikings defensive lineman Shariff Floyd kicked him in the nuts when he was done sacking Rodgers he probably felt even worse.@SBNationGIF...
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October 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Slimmed-down Floyd could loom large for Vikings

MANKATO, Minn. -- The comparisons are hard to escape for Sharrif Floyd. Floyd has been likened to the player he is replacing with the Minnesota Vikings, stepping into five-time All-Pro Kevin Williams' spot at defensive tackle. The questions have come for Floyd since Minnesota made him the 23rd overall pick in the 2013 draft, and no one can blame Floyd for downplaying his task of...
Via Fox Sports North
July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Vikings Who Need to Make an Impact in 2014 #7 Sharrif Floyd

#7 | Sharrif Floyd Number 7 on the list goes to defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd. When Floyd slipped all the way to pick 23 in the 2013 NFL Draft, it was looked as an all-out gift for the Vikings and my howls could probably be heard for miles. But during his rookie year he played sparingly behind Kevin Williams and Letroy Guion, and even when he did see the field he was inconsistent...
Via DraftSeason
July 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Floyd looks like a good fit in Zimmer's defensive scheme

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. --€“ Mike Zimmer tried to withhold judgment on the holdover players when he became the new Minnesota Vikings coach in January, feeling he couldn't get a full understanding simply by watching film. In particular, watching film of defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd from a disjointed rookie season wouldn't provide much context anyway. Zimmer has said he's not able...
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June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Vikings who could have breakout season in 2014

In a couple weeks, the final pieces to the Minnesota Vikings’ offseason will be added through the NFL Draft. There will be plenty of time to dissect every move they’ve made in a couple of weeks. Before all the hype begins, let’s take a look at the current players who could potentially be breakout stars in 2014. Jarius Wright, wide receiver The third season for wide receivers...
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April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Sharrif Floyd eager to return to Vikings, work toward starting spot

A first round pick by the Vikings last year, defensive lineman Sharrif Floyd has been keeping tabs on Minnesota's "comings and goings" and he's excited to work with new coaches and teammates and take on a bigger role in 2014.
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March 24, 2014  |  Discuss

TOP 10: Defensive tackles in the NFL draft. Do the Minnesota Vikings take one?

The Minnesota Vikings may have addressed their needs at defensive tackle by singing Linval Joseph in free agency and they also have Sharrif Floyd and Fred Evans on the team as well. While they may not NEED one of these top 10 defensive tackles, if one of them falls in their lap should they take him? The Vikings have a history of taking the best player available, and have had players...
Via cover32 - Vikings
March 24, 2014  |  1 Comment
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