It appears increasingly unlikely that Matt Hasselbeck will be back in Seattle.
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If there was any chance that Tarvaris Jackson might return to the Minnesota Vikings after the lockout is over, forget it. Jackson, who is working out in Minnesota with a group of players that includes Pro Bowl receiver Larry Fitzgerald, spoke yesterday and his words probably will make the split official.
The news that the Vikings have hired Craig Johnson to coach their quarterbacks is sure to be followed by plenty of speculation of just who he will coach in 2011.
Every member of the Vikings offense, including Adrian Peterson, is a major risk in Week 15.
I’m betting Brett Favre is working diligently to try to come back over the last three games of the season, and I think he’s doing it with the full support of head coach Leslie Frazier.
Bad news if you were banking on Vikings WR Percy Harvin playing on Monday night. Our Steve Wyche is reporting that Harvin is definitely out, according to a team source.
In the wake of Brett Favre spraining his throwing shoulder on Sunday against the Bills, it’s clear to me that Tarvaris Jackson has to be the starting quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings.
Brett Favre said he will undergo an MRI exam on Monday after spraining his shoulder against the Bills. Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier put a quick end to a quarterback controversy, saying Favre is his starter if healthy.
Any concerns about the injured ankle of RB Adrian Peterson should rest easy, at least for today. Peterson has scored a pair of touchdowns as the Vikings are getting ready to run the Bills out of the Metrodome.
Vikings QB Brett Favre was knocked out of Sunday’s game against the Bills after taking a hard hit and suffering a shoulder injury. He is questionable to return.
While benching Brett Favre is unfathomable for some, many on the outside are clamoring for the Vikings, at 3-7 and with little reasonable hope for the playoffs, to turn the page from No. 4. NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock says the time is now.
Would a 3-7 record, a bleak shot at the NFC playoffs and a banged-up Brett Favre be enough to prompt a change at quarterback by Vikings coach Brad Childress?
A woozy and shaken up Brett Favre left Sunday’s game during the fourth quarter for the Minnestoa Vikings and was later carted off the sideline at Gillette Stadium.
If Brett Favre makes his 292nd consecutive start, as we expect, how long of a leash will Vikings coach Brad Childress have if the quarterback proves to be ineffective?
Does a scenario exist where the Minnesota Vikings are better off without Brett Favre, and he could lose his starting job?