Live Sunday December 15th, 12pm from the Metrodome in Minneapolis.
|2013 Pre Season Schedule|
|8/16||@ Buffalo||6 PM|
|8/25||@ San Francisco||7 PM|
|2013 Regular Season Schedule|
|9/8||@ Detroit||12 PM|
|9/15||@ Chicago||12 PM|
|10/21||@ NY Giants||7:40 PM|
|10/27||Green Bay||7:30 PM|
|11/3||@ Dallas||12 PM|
|11/17||@ Seattle||3:25 PM|
|11/24||@ Green Bay||12 PM|
|12/8||@ Baltimore||12 PM|
|12/22||@ Cincinnati||12 PM|
Important NFL Dates
December 30 - Clubs may begin signing free agent players
for the 2014 season.
December 30 - Earliest permissible date for clubs to renegotiate or extend the rookie contract of a drafted rookie who was selected in any round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Any permissible renegotiated or extended player contract will not be considered a rookie contract, and will not be subject to the rules that limit rookie contracts.
December 30 - Option exercise period begins for Fifth-Year Option for First-Round Selections from the 2011 College Draft. To exercise the option, the club must give written notice to the player on or after December 30, 2013 but prior to May 3, 2014.
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NFL kickers are becoming so accurate that there is talk of changing the width of the goalposts.
In New Jersey, Vikings owners are expected to learn what they will have to pay former partners.
Adrian Peterson has shed his walking boot and will be evaluated further on Wednesday and Thursday before the Vikings make a decision about his playing status for Sunday.
Frazier: Peterson Will Play if Healthy
Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier shed some light on what might happen with running back Adrian Peterson this week.
Fran Tarkenton: Vikings' division joins NFC East as NFC's Least
Cordarrelle Patterson almost gave the Vikings a win in one of the most exciting games I've seen in a long time (certainly the most exciting final two minutes). Almost. It's heartbreaking to lose when your team makes huge plays and has the game in hand -- not just once, but twice!
Minneapolis council, MSFA expected to vote Friday on greenlighting Downtown
More than eight months of negotiations and handwringing over a proposed $400 million-plus development in downtown Minneapolis should come to a head Friday morning.
Vikings Stadium: Minneapolis development panel OKs details of Downtown East
The Minneapolis City Council's Community Development Committee on Tuesday voted unanimously to sign off on the details of the proposed Downtown East development and issue up to $65 million in bonds to fund its share of the project.
Vikings terminate Spencer Nealy from practice squad
Four weeks after he had signed, Spencer Nealy is gone.
Vikings' Jerome Simpson makes appearance on DWI charge
Vikings wide receiver Jerome Simpson would've passed a breath test had he taken one on the morning of his arrest last month, his attorney said Tuesday.
Vikings: Adrian Peterson, still in walking boot, won't need surgery
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will not require surgery on his sprained right foot although he will remain in a walking boot this week, leaving in doubt his status for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles at the Metrodome, a team official confirmed Tuesday.
Practice squad raiding in
The Vikings have a number of veterans that have become injury concerns late in the season, and the team is now out of the playoff chase. It could be time to look at a young practice squad player or two from another team.
Wilfs denied appeal on wealth
The Vikings’ owners may have to disclose the family’s wealth, but another appeal could be coming.
Minnesota Vikings: If Adrian Peterson's out, who runs?
A wild road loss to the Baltimore Ravens, coupled with the woes of a few teams around them, actually moved the Vikings up a spot in this week's Power Rankings. The Oakland Raiders skidded down four spots in the standings after their loss to the New York Jets, which helped the Vikings move up.
Minnesota Vikings: If Adrian Peterson's out, who runs?
Ordinarily, Monday night's news that Adrian Peterson will likely miss Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles wouldn't short circuit the Minnesota Vikings' offense.
Offensive formations and film observations: Week 14 vs. Ravens
Welcome to another installment of 'Offensive formations and film observations,' this one brought to you for the Week 14 matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and Baltimore Ravens.
VikesCentric: Could the Vikings pursue Cutler?
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Jay Cutler. How's that one sound, Vikings fans?
denied appeal on wealth disclosure in New Jersey court
A New Jersey appeals court has declined to hear arguments made by Zygi Wilf and his family against publicly revealing its net worth, according to a report from nj.com, the web site of The Newark Star-Ledger newspaper..
Peterson's foot injury not believed to be serious
The initial exams revealed no serious damage, but his status for Sunday’s game remains unclear.
notes: Rudolph's season is over
Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph, the MVP of last season’s Pro Bowl, was placed on injured reserve Monday and won’t play again this season.
Playing Adrian Peterson might not be worth risk
So Adrian Peterson appears to have avoided the worst-case scenario with his right foot after feeling it pop a couple times when Baltimore's Arthur Brown tackled him on Sunday, huh? And he wants to try to play this Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles, you say?
Zulgad: It's now time for the Vikings to shut down Adrian Peterson
The Minnesota Vikings had three games remaining in a lost 2010 season when the organization made the decision that Adrian Peterson would sit out against Chicago because of lingering ankle and knee issues.
Vikings: Injuries piling up in offensive, defensive backfields
Injuries are piling up for the Vikings, and the news is getting worse.
Baltimore Ravens: Luck on their side in victory over Vikings
The Ravens had so much luck a year ago that it appeared to all have run out. There was the fourth-and-mile check down pass to Ray Rice in San Diego and the Mile High Miracle pass to Jacoby Jones in the postseason.
Rudolph to IR; injures leave
The Vikings will be looking for help this week as injuries have left them shorthanded at tight end, running back and cornerback. Other positions were affected as well, and Leslie Frazier got a call from the NFL to discuss the officiating in Sunday’s game.
Peterson: No tears, more tests
Adrian Peterson was relieved that an MRI and X-ray revealed no ligament tears and no broken bones in his right foot, but more test were being performed.
Holler: Players, some fans
have opposite goal
Vikings players will never try to lose for the future, but fans looking ahead to the draftable quarterback possibilities are.
Minnesota Vikings: A long list of injuries after Adrian Peterson
While Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson had reason to believe he'd avoided a serious foot injury on Monday, coach Leslie Frazier was dealing with plenty of other injury news, not all of it good.
Upon Further Review: Minnesota Vikings Week 14
A review of four hot issues following the Minnesota Vikings' 29-26 loss to the Baltimore Ravens:
Injury report: Rhodes on crutches, Rudolph to IR and Ponder cleared
Minnesota Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes hobbled around the locker room in crutches on Monday after spraining his ankle in Sunday's loss at the Baltimore Ravens.
Unprovoked, NFL called Frazier on Monday to talk Sunday's officiating
Without provocation, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier received a call from a NFL official on Monday morning to discuss, perhaps, any officiating errors made in the 29-26 loss at the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
'Still sore,' Adrian Peterson awaiting more test results on his foot
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson hobbled into the locker room with a ski mask covering his head and a protective boot surrounding most of his right leg on Monday.
Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier didn't have an update on the status of running back Adrian Peterson, who suffered a sprained right foot in Sunday's 29-26 loss to the Ravens.
It was an eventful Monday news conference with Vikings coach Leslie Frazier, who revealed that the NFL called him (unsolicited) about transpired in Baltimore -- the officiating, not the snowballs.