With Sidney Rice gone, the Vikings turned their attention to Green Bay Packers wide receiver James Jones and possibly Braylon Edwards.
With The Recent Unpleasantness behind us, we can resume discussing our favorite subject: Football generally, and Minnesota Vikings football, specifically.
The NFL owners and the NFLPA agreed to extend the current collective bargaining agreement five days to March 11 in hopes of getting a new deal done, so there’s hope for a somewhat uninterrupted (off)season.
Enjoy it while it lasts, Cheeseheads, because the short of it is the odds are, this is the peak for the Pack, which makes it a great time for the Vikings to do a bit of rebuilding.
Minnesota Vikings 2011 Free Agents: Minnesota Vikings Chat lists the priorities for the Vikings 2011 offseason free agent retainees.
Why is Lito Sheppard lobbying for playing time via the Pioneer Press?
Do we really want to commit to a three- or five-year contract for Sidney Rice on the strength of one season?
Judging from media coverage, you’d think Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre has played abysmally this year.