EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have made mental health support an organizational priority, an investment that only became more important with Everson Griffen's frightening experience three years ago.
EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings will start training camp with yet another change in leadership for their offensive line, having reassigned valued assistant coach Rick Dennison to a consulting role so he can remain employed by the club without vaccination for COVID-19.
In their annual preparation for the official opening of the NFL's signing and trading period, teams will predictably jettison veteran players to create more space under the salary cap...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have doubled down on their reliance on stability as a vital ingredient for securing that elusive Super Bowl trophy...
Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman said Tuesday defensive end Everson Griffen is in a “very good spot now” two weeks into his return to the team after a five-week absence to address a mental health issue that led to two police incidents in September.
Rick Spielman gambled and lost.
In terms of Sundays outcome, a tie felt like a loss, and the Vikings general manager had no choice but to admit he screwed up his kicker situation and had to fix it before more damage was done.
The conclusion of the Vikings draft Saturday marked the seventh year that General Manager Rick Spielman worked as the teams key decisionmaker. There is no doubt Spielman continues to build on the faith Vikings owners Zygi Wilf and Mark Wilf showed when they made him the franchises first GM since Mike Lynn in the 1980s.
If nothing else, the 2017 NFL season was a reminder that backup quarterback might be, as former Giants and Browns executive Ernie Accorsi used to say, a teams second-most important position.
Of course, the football gods have sucker punched Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman enough the past two years that he understands this as well as any decisionmaker in the league.
INDIANAPOLIS If the Vikings are assessing all options at quarterback as asserted by General Manager Rick Spielman, one appears to be another trade with the Eagles.
During the NFL scouting combine this past week, Philadelphias top decisionmakers alluded theyre open for business in trading Super Bowl MVP quarterback Nick Foles this offseason.
Who will have more at stake this fall for the Minnesota Vikings — head coach Mike Zimmer or GM Rick Spielman?
That's a tough call, so let's make it simple. If things go south for the Purple, both will likely be elsewhere at this time next year.
It’s funny how one defeat can drastically change perspective.
Prior to last Sunday’s loss at Philadelphia, the football world was bullish on the Vikings. They were undefeated, Sam Bradford was in the MVP conversation and the defense was being compared to the ‘85 Bears and the 2000 Ravens.