|2016 Pre Season Schedule|
|8/12||@ Cincinnati||6:30 PM|
|8/18||@ Seattle||9 PM|
|8/28||San Diego||12 PM|
|9/1||LA Rams||7 PM|
|2016 Regular Season Schedule|
|9/11||@ Tennessee||12 PM|
|9/18||Green Bay||7:30 PM|
|9/25||@ Carolina||12 PM|
|10/3||NY Giants||7:30 PM|
|10/23||@ Philadelphia||12 PM|
|10/31||@ Chicago||7:30 PM|
|11/13||@ Washington||12 PM|
|11/24||@ Detroit||11:30 AM|
|12/11||@ Jacksonville||12 PM|
|12/24||@ Green Bay||12 PM|
March 26-29: Annual League Meeting, Phoenix, Ari.
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The Vikings say they knew Latavius Murray needed surgery when he was signed. He is expected to fully recover in time for this summer's training camp.
It’s nice to have a running back with big-play potential — such as Peterson — but an overlooked thing is having a running back who doesn’t put you in bad down-and-distance situations.
While he didn't mention Adrian Peterson by name, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said that “not having to substitute [for Latavius Murray] on third downs” will be “big.”
Less than a week after being signed by the Vikings, running back Latavius Murray had ankle surgery Wednesday.
Latavius Murray, the Minnesota Vikings’ replacement for Adrian Peterson had surgery, the team acknowledged Wednesday.
Mike Zimmer made an appearance on KFAN Tuesday and got hit with questions from all sides about the state of his Minnesota Vikings.
The Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday that newly-signed running back Latavius Murray underwent successful ankle surgery.
Two weeks after NFL free agency opened, Adrian Peterson still has not found a new team and it appears that might remain the case for a while.
The Minnesota Vikings announced Wednesday that recently-signed running back Latavius Murray underwent surgery on his ankle, but will be ready to go in time for training camp.
If you were an oddsmaker, you might move the line on the Minnesota Vikings’ odds of selecting a defensive tackle.
Most of the NFL’s best free agents have found homes, so now it’s time to start turning our attention to the NFL draft.
In an interview on KFAN, Mike Zimmer talked about the Vikings' new offensive linemen, Latavius Murray and the team's wide receiver situation.
The Minnesota Vikings have finalized their contract extension with wide receiver Adam Thielen, the former undrafted practice squad player who led the team with 967 yards receiving last season.
Now that he is the Vikings’ highest-paid receiver, Adam Thielen insists he won’t lose the desire that led to him to the NFL in the first place.
Vikings coach Mike Zimmer wasn’t about to do nothing after Rhett Ellison’s father claimed in a tweet the team has “toxic leadership.”
Adam Thielen has bucked the odds throughout his young career and doesn’t sound like a new contract will change his motivation.
Marquess Wilson was the 236th player selected in the 2013 NFL draft, which normally would give him about a 0.1% chance of becoming a quality NFL contributor. But he isn’t your average seventh-round pick.
Adam Thielen’s story is already inspiring other undrafted players.
After spending the last five seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, tight end Rhett Ellison chose to start anew and sign with the New York Giants this offseason. It happens. The NFL is a business and teams cannot financially keep every player.
The 2017 season will be a new era of Minnesota Vikings football as, for the first time in 10 years, assumed future Hall-of-Fame running back Adrian Peterson will not be in the backfield donning the purple and gold jersey that he began his illustrious career in.
When cornerback Captain Munnerlyn signed a new four-year contract with the Carolina Panthers, he left a hole in the Minnesota Vikings secondary, particularly at the nickel cornerback position.
Adam Thielen, who was a restricted free agent before signing the multi-year deal, returns for his fourth season in Minnesota after appearing in 48 games with 14 starts in his first three seasons on the Vikings active roster.
Defensive tackle Datone Jones signed with the Vikings last week in part because he feels they will give him the best chance to prove himself. He is by no means the only one in a prove-it year.
With Minnesota’s next Super Bowl less than 46 weeks away, Kevin Cusick is counting down the best and brightest, and the worst and darkest, from the past 51 games. Today, he ranks the game’s greatest catches.
Could linebacker Gerald Hodges return to the Vikings? The free agent wrote in a text message to the Pioneer Press on Monday he has interest in going back to the team that traded him to San Francisco in October 2015.
The Minnesota Vikings hope they improved with their biggest moves in free agency, but Las Vegas disagrees.
Quarterbacks have been slowly moving in free agency, since most are slow moving. But, is it time for the Minnesota Vikings to get involved?
Every once in awhile, a superstar comes out of the MAC Conference. Antonio Brown and Khalil Mack can attest to that.
The Minnesota Vikings signed free agent running back Latavius Murray last week but is reportedly still looking to add competition to their new-look backfield.
The Minnesota Vikings have made their moves in free agency and while the free agent market has dramatically thinned, the Vikings are turning their attention to the upcoming NFL Draft in April.
Linebackers should know running backs, and former All-Pro linebacker Jon Beason liked the Minnesota Vikings’ choice for a free-agent running back.
After a career year for Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph, it might have come as a bit of a surprise when Minnesota brought in tight end Jared Cook for a visit last week. But the Vikings have gotten very little out of their No. 2 tight ends in recent years and should continue their hunt in free agency and/or the NFL draft.
Cris Carter said Saturday that Adrian Peterson simply reached his “expiration date’’ with the Vikings. With Minnesota having signed Latavius Murray, general manager Rick Spielman said Thursday the star running back would not be brought back as a free agent after 10 seasons.
More than 200 free agents have signed, but former Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson isn't one of them.
ESPN’s John Clayton says about backup quarterbacks: If you have a good one, then you can go .500 while your starter is out.
The wave of Vikings players who have switched jerseys this offseason includes familiar faces Matt Kalil, Cordarralle Patterson, Captain Munnerlyn and soon Adrian Peterson.
NFL free agency is rarely a vehicle for greatness. Instead of it being the foundation, it fixes the cracks.
The announcer had lived with ALS for several years.
Vikings GM Rick Spielman said NFL free agency is a balancing act and the team still feels it's in a good position.
Cordarrelle Patterson signed a two-year contract with Oakland this week and is soaking in all the love he is feeling from the new fan base, something he would like to share with Peterson.
Midway through the 2016 season, the Minnesota Vikings made an effort to get Jerick McKinnon the ball in the passing game more often.
The Minnesota Vikings landed two starting tackles, a starting running back and a depth defensive lineman so far in free agency. They’ve also seen one starting corner return and a handful of players find new homes. So where does that leave the Vikings’ roster?
Either Cordarrelle Patterson secretly is Star Wars buff, or he’s working to get his old teammate out to Oakland to join the Raiders. (Maybe both?)
Minnesota Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman said Thursday via conference call that, after signing free agent running back Latavius Murray, they would not be bringing back former first-round pick and All-Pro running back Adrian Peterson.
It's natural for an NFL player that recently signed to a new team to be, some would say, overly optimistic. In the case of new Minnesota Vikings running back Latavius Murray, not only is he providing the perfect amount of optimism but he is also being extremely realistic, and admittedly, that is quite refreshing.
Before the start of free agency last week, general manager Rick Spielman let it be known that the Vikings have a “pretty good history of trying to keep our own guys.”
Latavius Murray will be replacing Adrian Peterson as the Vikings’ running back, but he won’t be taking over his number.
The Vikings signed free-agent running back Latavius Murray early Thursday morning, likely ending Adrian Peterson’s tenure with the team.