According to The Associated Press, Vikings QB Tarvaris Jackson limped off the field during Friday night’s practice session. Jackson appeared to aggravate his sprained left knee, an injury that had kept him out of training camp for several days.
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Posted: Wednesday, August 5th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Adrian Peterson, Brad Childress, Jasper Brinkley, Minnesota Vikings, Percy Harvin, Phil Loadholt, Sage Rosenfels, Sidney Rice, Tarvaris Jackson
NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche was in Mankato, Minn., checking out Vikings training camp. Wyche says Minnesota’s QB situation — even without Brett Favre in the mix — is still intriguing. Tarvaris Jackson returned to the practice field for the first time since spraining his left knee, and Sage Rosenfels looked comfortable at the helm of the first-team offense.
Vikings QB Tarvaris Jackson sprained his left knee Saturday, but he practiced with the team Wednesday morning.
Vikings QB Tarvaris Jackson went through the majority of practice and saw his most extensive action since spraining his left knee Saturday morning.
Vikings coach Brad Childress said Tarvaris Jackson stayed inside Sunday to receive treatment on his sprained left knee, which is expected to sideline the quarterback until sometime next week. Childress also said the team doesn’t plan to sign another QB.
Now that the Brett Favre “will he or won’t he” drama seems to be over, Tarvaris Jackson appears to be maintaining a business-like approach to the team’s quarterback battle.
The Minnesota Vikings wanted Brett Favre to be their quarterback, but the future Hall of Famer decided to stay retired.
Now, Tarvaris Jackson and Sage Rosenfels will compete for the starting job. Coach Brad Childress is focused on moving on from the Favre talk and said the team is “more than content” with Jackson and Rosenfels competing for the right to lead the offense.
Brian Billick, a former Ravens coach and Vikings offensive coordinator, was chatting with NFL fans when news of QB Brett Favre‘s decision to stay retired was announced. Billick weighed in on the Vikings’ quarterback situation.
Brett Favre has decided to remain retired rather than play for the Vikings. Michael Fabiano breaks down the fantasy implications of Favre’s decision.
Agent Bus Cook says there’s nothing to report from the Brett Favre camp.
Posted: Saturday, July 18th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Brett Favre, Jared Allen, Jeremy Jarmon, Nnamdi Asomugha, Phillip Merling, Sage Rosenfels, Tarvaris Jackson, Terrell Owens, Tom Cable, Vonnie Holliday
Jared Allen, never one to bite his tongue, recently opened up to the Chicago Tribune about Brett Favre‘s flirtation with the Vikings. While Allen seems to be in favor of Favre joining his team, he made it clear that he’d like the retired quarterback to make his decision sooner rather than later.
Panthers DE Julius Peppers has been unhappy for most of the offseason and demanded a trade. But after months of rumors and no movement, Peppers signed his one-year franchise tender on Wednesday worth $16.7 million. Now, he’s apparently open to signing a long-term extension with the team.
Three seasons after starting the Super Bowl for the Chicago Bears, Rex Grossman looks as if he will compete for the No. 2 quarterback job in Houston.
Minnesota’s Tarvaris Jackson said that his quarterback competition with Sage Rosenfels is even up, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.