Marcus Sherels Re-Signs With Vikings
The Minnesota Vikings have brought back another of their in-house free agents and, while he might not be the biggest name on the list, it made sense to bring him back.
Who Are You? We Really Wanna Know!
With the NFL off-season really getting ready to kick into high gear here in the next few days, we thought it would be best to give folks an opportunity to jump right into the deep end of the pool here at The Daily Norseman.
Now, I know we have a lot o...
Minnesota Vikings News and Links, 3/7
Holy crap, it's Friday. How did that happen? Remember, teams can start negotiating with free agents (or their agents, at least) tomorrow. If we hear any rumors about the Minnesota Vikings hosting anyone for a visit, we will have it here for you.
Since the last ti...
Zimmer Not Happy With Cook
We mentioned the other day about cornerback Chris Cook mentioning that he had a conversation with new head coach Mike Zimmer concerning his future with th...
2014 NFL Draft: Todd McShay's Latest Mock
ESPN's Todd McShay has released Version 3.0 of his 2014 NFL Mock Draft. In this mock, he has the
Vikings Release Letroy Guion and Greg Childs
The Vikings made two significant cuts to their roster on Thursday.
One cut wasn't a surprise. In fact, the cut was being rooted for by many Vikings fans.
The other cut was a big surprise. In fact, the cut came to a player that was being rooted for by many Vikings fans.
In what has suddenly become a rather busy news day for the
Vikings Release Greg Childs, Letroy Guion
The Vikings announced a couple of roster moves on this Thursday afternoon. . .one that was hardly surprising, and one that comes as a surprise to me.
We'll start with the latter one first, as the team released wide receiver Greg Childs. Childs, who tore both of his patellar tendons during the te...
Minnesota Vikings News and Links, 3/6
Hey there, ladies and gentlemen. Today's Open Thread is going to be a little bit on the quick and dirty side.
Since the last time we brought you an Open Thread. . .
-Mark has brought you his latest off-season plan for ...
Minnesota Vikings Free Agency Primer and Mock Draft
Free agency is set to begin on March 11th but teams can start negotiating with free agents on March 8th. Are the Vikings going to be a destination of choice? Are they willing to spend some money or do the powers that be believe it is better to pay your own free agents like Brandon Fusco, Matt Kalil, Kyle Rudolph, & Harrison Smith in the next few years. I want this primer to reflect wha...
Vikings Interested In Bringing Back Jerome Simpson
More grist from the rumor mill that is the pre-free agency period.
Word from the St. Paul Pioneer Press is that the Minnesota Vikings are intere...
Adrian Peterson Says Michael Vick Would Make The Vikings A Playoff Team
So we mentioned that quarterback is the greatest need for the Minnesota Vikings going forward and, in addition to drafting a quarterback fairly early this May, the Vikings were probably going to have to sign a veteran to bridge the gap if their draftee isn't 100% ready to play in the NFL ...
Vikings Armchair GM: Free Agency Edition
The Daily Norseman offers up another complete off-season plan, with an in-depth look at the Vikings in-house free agents, outside free agent targets and a mock draft.
Free Agency is nearly upon us and some teams are already getting their rosters and cap space in order. NFL teams were able to begin releasing players immediately following
Report: Vikings Interested In Cornerback Nolan Carroll
Let the rumors begin!
The St. Paul Pioneer Press is reporting that the Minnesota Vikings are showing interest in
Should The Vikings Pursue Brandon Browner In Free Agency?
The talented yet embattled cornerback is about to hit the open market. Should the Vikings take a chance on him?
Brandon Browner is a very good football player when he's on the field. After going undrafted out of Oregon State and playing four seasons in the CFL, h...
So, What Are The Vikings' Biggest Needs?
We're getting closer to the start of free agency, and with that it comes time to examine the needs for our favorite football team. Now, a lot of these are going to be pretty obvious, but everyone else is doing it, so why not us?
Going into this free agency season, these are the biggest needs that I think are facing the