Wobby addresses Vikings-related news and notes as the calendar gets set to flip to July which will feature the start of training camp and U.S. Bank Stadium's grand opening. Plus, he takes some fan questions, including addressing the new offensive coaches working under Norv Turner.
Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders talk about the anticipation of being able to cheer inside U.S. Bank Stadium starting this fall. Plus hear from Leah, a rookie MVC who has a sister that cheers for the Broncos.
Vikings players, including a wired-for-sound Everson Griffen, recently took a tour of U.S. Bank Stadium as the building nears completion before opening in late July.
Chad Greenway and his Lead The Way Foundation continued their partnership with the Minneapolis Parks and Rec team by hosting the 10th annual Gridiron Gallop to raise money for scholarships granted to inner-city students unable to afford the cost of youth sports.
They don't always shut everyone out, but it doesn't mean they don't play stellar defense. Here are the 3 most underrated defenses in the NFL, including the Vikings.
Hear from Vikings veterans Chad Greenway, John Sullivan, Linval Joseph and Brian Robison on the excitement they have for the move into U.S. Bank Stadium. Plus, watch as actor and Vikings fan Josh Duhamel toured the building during a recent visit to the Twin Cities.
MVC team member Hannah made the most community appearances of any cheerleader last year. We catch up with her at an anti-bullying demonstration and she talks about what it means to her to give back to the community.
Vikings S Andrew Sendejo lowered himself 38 stories down a skyscraper hotel in Austin, Texas, while dressed in a Raphael costume from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The Vikings recently announced a roster of culinary talent that will be featured at U.S. Bank Stadium, providing fans with high-end food options on gamedays.
View aerial images updated from both the northeast corner and then the southwest corner, showcasing the progress at U.S. Bank Stadium. Updated from late June of 2016.
Hear highlights from Alan Roach, the Vikings new public address announcer at U.S. Bank Stadium. Roach has covered four Winter Olympics (2002, 2006, 2010, 2014) and also in multiple capacities for the NFL, including eight Super Bowls (XL-XLVII) and a combination of Pro Bowls, NFL Drafts and Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremonies.
The finish line is in sight for U.S. Bank Stadium, with major projects such as the installation of the turf and locker room build-out being wrapped up and the building set to open at the end of July.
The 2016 Minnesota Vikings Cheerleader team captains have been announced, and the women talk about what it means to be a captain and what it takes to be a role model.
On this week's show we look back on a major milestone for U.S. Bank Stadium as the building reached "Substantial Completion." Plus the NFL Network crew discussed some struggles of other teams who recently opened stadiums. And then on the field, could the Vikings be this year’s Cleveland Cavaliers?
The "NFL HQ" crew talks about the pressures of playing in a new stadium and the expectations for the Vikings as they open U.S. Bank Stadium later this summer.
Mike Wobschall addresses fan comments and questions, including who between Danielle Hunter and Eric Kendricks will take a bigger step in 2016, what late-round draft pick could make the 53-man roster, which NFC North team will be most improved this season and more.
NFL reporter Laura Okmin created her GALvanize Foundation to give women the tools they need to succeed in the world of sports, both in front of the camera and behind. The Vikings hosted a boot camp for the group during the team's recently completed minicamp.
Vikings COO Kevin Warren and Eagan Mayor Mike Maguire addressed the media following Tuesday night's approval by the Eagan City Council of the Vikings team headquarters and practice facility moving to the city.
Beginning on Monday, art from more than 40 Minnesota artists – including three former Vikings players and one coach – began being installed throughout U.S. Bank Stadium.