Gjallarhorn Will Have Its Own Spot At U.S. Bank Stadium
Since 2007, the Minnesota Vikings have started games with the sounding of the Gjallarhorn. Even when it got hit by an equipment cart and
Harrison Smith Contract: What Should We Expect?
To borrow a popular phrase, Minnesota Vikings' safety Harrison Smith is about to get paid.
He's still technically under...
Kalil Deadline Rapidly Approaching For Minnesota Vikings
Last offseason, the Minnesota Vikings picked up the fifth-year contract options on their two first-round picks from the 2012 NFL Draft, safety
Norse Code Podcast Episode 120: Super Bowl Review, Wade Phillips, Hall of Fame Induction and the Vikings Schedule
There's a lot to talk about in this episode of Norse Code, and we cover everything from our prop bets at the Super Bowl to Wade Phillips' career as a head coach. Does Terrell Owens deserve to be in the Hall of Fame as a first-ballot receiver or should he have to wait like most other inductees...
Just stop the Matt Forte talk right now
The Bears have informed running back Matt Forte that they won't re-sign him. And no, his next team won't be the Minnesota Vikings. The biggest NFL news of the day is that
2016 NFL Scouting Combine: Complete List of Invitees
We're almost to the part of the NFL offseason where we get to overanalyze a bunch of people doing drills that may or may not translate to how well they'll perform on the football field but people will get bent out of shape over anyway.
Yes, it's nearly time for the 2016
Horns, Swords, and Longships: February 12, 2016
It's a new Friday and a new title for the Open Thread. We'll see how it works.
Vikings' 2016 Schedule Not Projected To Be As Strong As 2015
We know that a lot will change between now and the start of the 2016 NFL season, but at first blush the Minnesota Vikings' schedule for the upcoming season is
Scouting Report: Corey Coleman and the Fringe Case
The Vikings may be looking for a jump-ball receiver to fight for the ball in order to increase scoring opportunities. Corey Coleman may not be the guy to leap for a difficult-to-win catch, but he certainly can score. Will his other talents be enough to ignore the prototype? His statistical case says yes...
Thursday Open Thread: February 11, 2016
Pull up a stool & relax, settle in & join the daily Open Thread. Welcome to your Thirsty Thorsday Open Thread! One more day until it's one more day until the weekend.
Vikings Single-Game Tickets Available (If You're Flexible)
Last week, we let you know that the overwhelming majority of the Personal Seat Licenses for U.S. Bank Stadium had been sold. However, some enterprising folks have al...
Wednesday Open Thread: February 10, 2016
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Vikings Fans Being Sought For "Villain" Role In Movie
Have you ever thought about trying to get your big break into the world of motion pictures? Do you like the Minnesota Vikings? Well, if you do, there's an opportunity out there for you.
The makers of an indepe...
Super Bowl 50 Top 50 Commercials: The Definitive Arbitrary Ranking
Taking a look at the (very few) good, (mostly) bad, and (puppymonkeybaby) ugly commercials that aired during Super Bowl 50. The Denver Broncos' 24-10 victory over the
Joe Kapp Reveals He's Battling Alzheimer's Disease
One of the most popular players from the Minnesota Vikings' past has revealed that he is battling a very serious illness.
Joe Kapp, who was the quarterback of the Vikings when the team made their first