|2015 Pre Season Schedule|
|8/15||Tampa Bay||7 PM|
|8/29||@ Dallas||6 PM|
|9/03||@ Tennessee||7 PM|
|2015 Regular Season Schedule|
|9/14||@ San Francisco||9:20 PM|
|9/27||San Diego||12 PM|
|10/4||@ Denver||3:25 PM|
|10/18||Kansas City||12 PM|
|10/25||@ Detroit||12 PM|
|11/1||@ Chicago||12 PM|
|11/8||St. Louis||12 PM|
|11/15||@ Oakland||3:05 PM|
|11/22||Green Bay||3:25 PM|
|11/29||@ Atlanta||12 PM|
|12/10||@ Arizona||7:25 PM|
|12/27||NY Giants||7:30 PM|
|1/3||@ Green Bay||7:30 PM|
Important NFL Dates
Feb. 7: Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
Feb. 22: First day for clubs to designate franchise or transition players.
Feb. 23-29: Combine timing and testing at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
March 7: Prior to 4 p.m. ET, deadline for clubs to designate franchise or transition players.
2016 Viking Opponents
Home opponents (*playoff team): Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers*, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Houston Texans*, Indianapolis Colts, Arizona Cardinals*.
Away opponents (*playoff team): Chicago Bears, Detroit
Lions, Green Bay Packers*, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins*,
Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, Carolina Panthers.*
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Twenty-six days after the sucker-punch finish to his team’s season, Vikings owner and President Mark Wilf was channeling his inner Bill Belichick when he declared “we’re on to next season” during a press conference.
It’s almost time to get out the togas. That annual orgy of wretched excess, brought to you by the NFL ownership cabal, is just two years away from our humble tundra.
Former Vikings linebacker Fred McNeill died in November and his autopsy confirmed that he suffered from CTE.
With the help of a few current and former NFL players, an important cause will be brought to the league’s brightest lights during Sunday’s pregame coverage of Super Bowl 50.
Despite what some current Vikings players seemed to think as the season came to an end, the Vikings were a long shot to make it to the big game this season.
Perhaps the happiest player in the league — Sorry, Cam — showed up a few minutes early for Carolina’s Super Bowl media access period on Wednesday. Yes, he was smiling.
Paul DePodesta helped find a new method of fielding a successful baseball team, and something immediately struck him upon diving into the NFL world.
The Vikings are about $10 million shy of their goal for seat licenses at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Jared Allen was quickly accepted into a tight-knit team in Carolina, so he’s keeping his focus on the game, not the possibility that he could retire once it’s done.
The Kalils aren’t quite as famous as the Mannings, but brothers Ryan and Matt do plan to follow Peyton and Ely’s lead and spend some time hanging out together at the Super Bowl.
Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater appear in new spoof on bad lip reading.
Phil Loadholt, who is working his way back from a torn Achilles’ tendon, is optimistic he will be ready to participate in spring workouts. But will that be with the Vikings?
With the Panthers favored to win Super Bowl 50 and defensive end Jared Allen practicing, as he says, “without limitations” in the foot he broke last month, the stage seems to be set for a magical ending to Allen’s decorated 12-year career.
Three positions of need stick out for the Vikings, so who might fit those needs among those at the Senior Bowl?
Bud Grant doesn’t let his four Super Bowl losses consume him, saying “football is entertainment; it’s not life or death.”
Weeks before Matt Kalil flipped a hat off a jeering fan’s head outside TCF Bank Stadium, former Vikings left guard Charlie Johnson was already answering for the struggling rapport, which was then three years in the making, between the two.
Ninth of a position-by-position look at the Vikings with a focus on free agency, the draft and the 2016 season.
It’s no secret, the NFL’s Pro Bowl is the laughing stock of all the “All-Star” games. While some of the best-of-the-best celebrations carry some weight, others carry none.
Teddy Bridgewater threw two touchdowns and had a rating of 116.7 at the Pro Bowl while Harrison Smith had an interception.
A look at how the five Vikings played Sunday:
Maybe Pat Shurmur will be here only a short time before moving to a higher-profile job elsewhere. Or maybe Mike Zimmer views him as a coordinator-in-waiting if the offense continues to struggle.
Vikings safety Harrison Smith got to see the behind-the-scenes value of the Pro Bowl in Hawaii and thought it was “awesome” to see a fan wearing his jersey.
The Pro Bowl has become a joke of a game, but the selection for four young Vikings increases their bargaining power on their next contract.
Vikings general manager believes Teddy Bridgewater will be “something special” in the future and touted the accomplishments of the 2015 draft class.
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Eighth of a position-by-position look at the Vikings with a focus on free agency, the draft and the 2016 season.
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The Vikings had argued the signs photo-bomb the adjacent U.S. Bank Stadium, violating a contract. But the team received some hope for success later.
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