The Vikings placed Percy Harvin on injured reserve Wednesday, leaving very little of fantasy value on Minnesota’s roster for the remainder of the season.
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After being shredded for 377 yards and 4 TDs through the air, the Bucs’ defense is eager to rebound against Adrian Peterson and a run heavy Vikings offense.
It’s been a long road but Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf is relieved that the state legislature has finally approved a bill to build a new stadium and keep the team right where it is.
What route the Vikings take with the No. 3 overall pick in the draft will determine their course of action in free agency.
One young Minnesota Vikings fan had her dreams crushed by the Green Bay Packers on Monday night. We hope Aaron Rodgers feels good about himself.
The Vikings are looking at four to five veteran QBs, a source with knowledge of the situation said Tuesday, and as I’ve been reporting since before the lockout, Donovan McNabb is a top option.
The Vikings are in a rather precarious position at quarterback, with just Joe Webb and Rhett Bomar on the roster. So it seems like a given for the team to draft a quarterback with the No. 12 overall draft pick, right?
The unsettled quarterback situation in Minnesota is one of the most intriguing of the offseason. Much like the Cardinals, Panthers, Titans, Redskins and 49ers, the Vikings have no clear-cut starter and are in search of the next franchise passer.