|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|
Jan. 21 – East-West Shrine Game, Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Jan. 22 – AFC and NFC Championship Games.
Jan. 28 – Senior Bowl, Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Alabama.
Jan. 29 – NFL Pro Bowl, Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida.
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The Vikings officially confirmed today that Pat Shurmur, who took over as the offensive play-caller on an interim basis midway through the 2016 season, will be the team’s full-time offensive coordinator in 2017.
If the Vikings plan to look to this spring’s NFL Draft to rebuild at offensive tackle, one top analyst doesn’t see many top options.
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The Minnesota Vikings officially announced a few changes to their coaching staff.
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The most important thing for Spielman this offseason will be fixing the team’s offense and the line in particular. If that doesn’t happen, it won’t matter how well the defense plays because the Vikings won’t be able to generate enough points to beat anybody.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson appeared on the Sports Illustrated production “SI Now,” a live show hosted by SI’s Maggie Gray. Patterson, who is an unrestricted free agent, was asked about whether he wanted to return to Minnesota next season.
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Options are open after the Vikings signed a kicker and punter to start the offseason while punter Jeff Locke and kickoff returner Cordarrelle Patterson are pending free agents.
The son of former Vikings quarterback and Super Bowl champion Brad Johnson is catching the attention of college coaches around the country.
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