vikings.com's Mike Wobschall conducts some contract negotiations with Brian Robison for his return to "96 Questions With B-Rob" for 2016, and then gets into some legit football talk, including his thoughts on the team's debut at U.S. Bank Stadium later this week.
The Vikings honored the legendary Sid Hartman at U.S. Bank Stadium recently by unveiling the 'Sid Hartman Media Entrance' and having a luncheon with the likes of Bud Grant, Jerry Burns, and others in attendance.
Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr talks about playing with running back Adrian Peterson, the disappointment of last season's finish, and the expectations for the team in 2016.
At a cheerleader practice in early July, the team was shown the 2016-17 Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders Swimsuit Calendar cover was unveiled, with the women finding out that second-year team member Jordan would grace the front of this year’s publication.
Just days after the building's ribbon-cutting ceremony, U.S. Bank Stadium hosted it's first major event as Italian power A.C. Milan and 2015 Premier League champions Chelsea squared off in front of a packed house.
Months before the calendar shoot took place, the field was narrowed from the 40+ women on the roster down to ten, with both veterans and rookies making the final cut.
Mike Wobschall addresses fan comments and questions, including look at the team's depth at cornerback, players to watch in the final two preseason games, if Adam Thielen can earn a starting role at WR, and if / when 96 Questions with B-Rob will be returning to vikings.com in the near future.
We're halfway through the preseason, so we look back on the wins over the Bengals and Seahawks, plus look at where some position battles stand. Plus we look at how the team's rookies have looked so far and what to watch for on Sunday vs. the Chargers.
RT Andre Smith talked with Mike Wobschall after Sunday's practice at Winter Park about next Sunday's preseason game at U.S. Bank Stadium vs. San Diego, how he's fitting in on the offensive line, the depth of the offensive line, the pass protection vs. Seattle and more.
Though he's a hard-hitting player on the field, Emmanuel Lamur is a very caring individual off it. This offseason, Lamur donated $20,000 to the East Boynton Wildcats, his high school alma mater, after the team had a break-in at its facility.
Adam Thielen has gone from an undrafted free agent out of Minnesota State Mankato to becoming a special teams stalwart and is getting regular reps with the first team offense this preseason as he looks to make an even bigger impact for the Vikings in 2016.
The Vikings' rookie class is asserting itself early in the preseason, as the likes of Laquon Treadwell, Mackensie Alexander and David Morgan have impressed through training camp and a pair of preseason contests.
The team's stay in Mankato and four days in Cincinnati are now behind them, and the team can settle in at Winter Park and focus on closing out the preseason strong before opening the season on Sept. 11 in Tennessee against the Titans.