After completing their spring practices, there was plenty gleaned from the Minnesota Vikings’ spring practices. Here are three things to like, three things to love and three things to fret about until the start of training camp.
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The Minnesota Vikings have more than half their offensive starters locked in, but there are plenty of battles remaining. We dissect the favorites based on OTA and minicamp observations.
The Minnesota Vikings ended their offseason practices with an emphasis on their perceived weaknesses.
The Vikings need the 2016 draft class to step up and join the new rookie class if the team is to rebound in 2017.
The Vikings’ Titanic-style descent in 2016 was largely blamed on a revolving door on the offensive line. With the infusion of outside talent, 2017 is assured to be very different, isn’t it?
Why are some of the top defensive prospects in the NFL draft going to drop father than their talents indicate they should? Because more than 50 of them have red flags that impact both on and off the field. Details inside.
Why do players sometimes last a lot longer than their talent dictates? Red flags – medical or law-related. Here are some top offensive prospects who have some concerns for draft war rooms.
The Minnesota Vikings consistently come out of the draft process convinced they've drafted the core of the future. With the exception of 2015, the Vikings have come up largely empty with their recent draft classes.