Farwell’s future could be in coaching

Former Vikings linebacker Heath Farwell is learning the coaching ropes as the Seahawks attempt to win their second straight Super Bowl.
January 28, 2015

Seahawks signed linebacker Heath Farwell

The Seattle Seahawks signed linebacker Heath Farwell following a workout, cutting running back Allen Bradford to create room for him. A former USC player, Bradford was claimed off waivers last week from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Drafted in the sixth round out of USC, Bradford is a 5-foot-11, 242-pounder who played for Seahawks coach Pete Carroll for the Trojans.
October 20, 2011

Sunday slant: Youth movement key to cuts

The Vikings released a couple of contributing veterans among their roster cutdown, further emphasizing Leslie Frazier's commitment to working toward a younger roster. Plus, it didn't hurt their salary cap situation. A look at the moves made and the cap dollars it saved.
September 3, 2011

One exciting aspect to kicking change?

Heath Farwell has been a special-teams leader for the Vikings for years and he thinks there could be a byproduct of the changes to kickoffs, and it doesn't have anything to do with touchbacks.
March 23, 2011

Vikings approach the offseason differently

No two Vikings will spend the offseason the same way. Some are focused on rest and relaxation for a few weeks or months while others are looking forward to dropping weight. Here is a sampling of the plans from several Vikings.
January 6, 2011

Vikings recount their Philly layover

The Vikings spent two unexpected and extra days in Philadelphia. What was their reaction to the delay, what did they do, and did everyone buy new clothes? Unfortunately, no to the last question, and the players air their dirty laundry.
December 31, 2010

Vikings determined to make short week work

The Vikings have a short time frame to prepare for the Lions, who have been studying up on the Vikings since Monday. The Vikings are determined to make it work and cite a few reasons why it shouldn't matter as much.
December 30, 2010