Old Coug Eric Frampton not ready to retire

ERIC FRAMPTON has an infant son, a home in Hawaii, and a fresh master's degree in business from George Washington University. Yet as much as life is pointing the former Washington State standout and seven-year NFL veteran in new directions, the siren call of the field still beckons.
May 13, 2014

NFL Cougar Highlights: Week Sixteen

CHRISTMAS CAME EARLY for Cougar great Eric Frampton. The defensive back and special teams standout — unemployed for most of the season after being released from injured reserve by Dallas — signed with the playoff-bound New Orleans Saints.
December 23, 2013

Labor issues leave Vikings, UFAs in limbo

While the Vikings issued tenders to several free agents with fewer than six years of experience, not all of those may hold up and they didn't re-sign any of their longer-tenured veterans. Players know the labor situation is creating extenuating circumstances, but the Vikings aren't making any excuses just yet.
March 4, 2011

Concussions clouding Vikings' starters

The Vikings are likely to be short two starters on Sunday night because of concussions to Brett Favre and Madieu Williams. This time, Favre will have to pass a test, which he hasn't done yet, not just talk his way back onto the field. Adrian Peterson is expected to play.
December 24, 2010

Catching up with Cougs in the NFL

SAFETY ERIC FRAMPTON, the CouGreat who was named to CF.C's All-Decade Cougar team this past December, is a restricted free-agent no longer. He just re-signed with the Minnesota Vikings, inking a one-year deal worth $1.1 million.
June 4, 2010