Even the Wall Street Journal ran an obituary about former Minnesota Vikings kicker Fred Cox, who died November 20 at eighty years of age.
The Minnesota Vikings waived WR Josh Doctson; activated linebacker Cameron Smith; and signed fullback Johnny Stanton to the practice squad, while wide receiver Chad Beebe is done for the year after ankle surgery.
It was an extremely exciting play so you can understand why play-by-play announcer Kevin Harlan might get tongue tied.
How is it that the Minnesota Vikings never take advantage of free plays?
The addition of rookie tight end Irv Smith Jr. has given the Vikings offense flexibility, unpredictability and big play ability. Did he just have his breakout game?
Head coach Mike Zimmer was clearly prioritizing keeping his existing defensive roster intact prior to the season when the team did not trade either cornerback to free up cap space for other priorities.
The Minnesota Vikings activated WR Josh Doctson; placed center Brett Jones on injured reserve; signed tackle Aviante Collins to the 53-man roster; lost fullback Khari Blasingame to the Titans; and added wide receiver Davion Davis and center John Keenoy to the practice squad.
Should the Vikings kick the tires on Colin Kaepernick by attending his workout or is this all just a PR stunt by the league?
The Minnesota Vikings backfield duo of Dalvin Cook and Alexander Mattison is a tale of elation and frustration.
It appears the Vikings needed some safety help after Anthony Harris left his ankles on the Arrowhead Stadium field. The Vikings have claimed safety Andrew Sendejo from waivers.