RB Jerick McKinnon came on strong during the second half of last season, and looks to earn more of a role on offense in this his third NFL season. He now looks to take what he's been able to learn under Adrian Peterson and find his niche in Norv Turner's offense.
After a decade-long push and nearly three years of building, U.S. Bank Stadium will finally host a football game this Sunday when the Vikings take on the Chargers.
Undrafted rookies such as running backs C.J. Ham and Jhurell Pressley are looking to join the ranks of Marcus Sherels and Adam Thielen as unheralded college players that have made a major impact in the NFL.
The Vikings organization showed their appreciation for legendary columnist Sid Hartman via a luncheon this week at U.S. Bank Stadium where the 'Sid Hartman Media Entrance' was dedicated.
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.
Each year, Adrian Peterson's hometown of Palestine, Texas, honors the future Hall of Famer. This year's celebration, the 10th of its kind, was a little different, coming on the heels of the devastating flooding that hit the area this spring, with Peterson donating to the victims and families hit hardest.
Get an update on German WR Moritz Böhringer, who is made his way through his first NFL training camp over the last few weeks, and now will look to keep his development going during the preseason.