Go off-the-field with Vikings G Joe Berger, who is in the process of restoring a 1953 Studebaker. Berger is making an impact on the field as well now as he's done a great job filling in amidst the rash of offensive line injuries.
Brian Robison, teammates and Vikings alumni players hosted 50 young people from the Harold Mezile North Community YMCA Youth & Teen Enrichment Center in Minneapolis at the Eden Prairie Walmart recently, and each child received $100 gift card to pick out what he or she wanted.
The Vikings recently had Alex Leach, an 11-year-old fan of the team, out to practice to meet many of his favorite players. Alex has had to have several procedures during his young life after birth complications. He has albinism, a visual impairment, and autism.
Legendary Vikings coach and Pro Football Hall of Famer Bud Grant recently had a street -- 'Bud Grant Way' -- named after him near the site of the new Vikings stadium.
The Vikings recently received a visit at Winter Park from Coon Rapids football player Easton Sorensen, a senior who is battling Chiari Malformation, a brain disorder that has forced an early end to his football career.
Hear from emerging Vikings WR Charles Johnson, who took a long and winding path to the NFL, but is finally making a name for himself and becoming one of Teddy Bridgewater's top targets.
Hear the story of Army Ranger Tom Block, a Minnesota native who was nearly killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan. The Vikings honored Block during their recent 'Salute To Service' game.
Harrison Smith hosted members of Big Brothers Big Sisters at the first "Kickin' it with Harrison," a friendly kickball game that included a Q & A and visit to the Vikings locker room.