2017 Preseason All-NFC North DefenseAfter a stellar performance on the defensive side of the ball last year, the Vikings dominate the Preseason All-NFC North Defense.
2017 Preseason All-NFC North OffenseTwo-time NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers leads the way in CBS Local's Preseason All-NFC North Offense.
Ready To Play: Vikings TE David Morgan Discusses Finding The Right Balance In TrainingThe Vikings second-year tight end broke down how he gets his body ready to play from his diet, to his training, to the importance of recovery.
Vikings' Offensive Line Has Early Setback With Reiff InjuryThe sight, then, of new left tackle Riley Reiff leaving the first full-team practice of training camp on a cart prompted plenty of cringes around the field.
Vikings To induct Moss, Rashad Into Ring Of HonorGet your 84 jerseys out.
Vikings' Zimmer To Take Time Off After Latest Eye SurgeryMinnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer will be taking some time away from the team to recover from multiple eye surgeries.
AP Source: WR Floyd Agrees To Sign With Hometown VikingsA person with direct knowledge of the contract tells The Associated Press that wide receiver Michael Floyd has agreed to sign with the Minnesota Vikings.
Vikings Sign Former Raiders RB Latavius MurrayThe Minnesota Vikings have signed former Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray.
Raiders Sign All-Pro Kick Returner Cordarrelle PattersonThe Oakland Raiders signed All-Pro kickoff returner and speedy receiver Cordarrelle Patterson to a free-agent contract Monday.
AP Source: Adrian Peterson Takes Free Agent Visit To SeattleAdrian Peterson visited the Seattle Seahawks, while his original team in Minnesota hosted fellow free agent running back Eddie Lacy.
O-line On Mind, Vikings Lose Kalil, Reportedly Snag ReiffThe 6-foot-6, 305-pound Reiff began his pro career as a left tackle and moved to right tackle last year after the Lions drafted Taylor Decker in the first round.
Vikings: Longtime LB Chad Greenway To Announce RetirementLongtime Minnesota Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway is retiring.