• Group From Merrick Visits Winter Park

    Posted Jan 3, 2017

    A group from Merrick, Inc., a non-profit in Vadnais Heights that empowers adults with disabilities, visited Winter Park for the final practice of 2016.

  • Vikings Honor Cancer Survivor Gavin Pierson

    Posted Jan 3, 2017

    Gavin Pierson was diagnosed with a brain tumor two years ago, but since then has become the first person in the world to beat his unique type of disease. The Vikings honored Gavin during Sunday's win over the Bears. Thanks to The Foundation for Compassionate Use Reform for portions of the video.

  • Vikings Again Make Huge Difference Off The Field

    Posted Jan 2, 2017

    As the team has done each year since the Wilf Family bought the team, the team had 100 percent of its players get out in the community and make a positive impact in 2016.

  • Vikings Hold Health, Fitness & Flag Football Event

    Posted Dec 30, 2016

    The Vikings Youth Football Program recently hosted kids from Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Big Lake for a Health, Fitness and Flag Football event.

  • Vikings Visit Salvation Army Harbor Light Center

    Posted Dec 28, 2016

    Adam Thielen, Zach Line and Cedric Thompson, along with several Vikings Alumni, spent part of a recent day off at the downtown shelter visiting with residents, signing autographs and helping to give away Vikings memorabilia.

  • Greenway Honored As Community Man of the Year

    Posted Dec 26, 2016

    No player in Vikings’ history has done more off the field than Chad Greenway, who was recently named the 2016 Vikings Community Man of the Year and will represent the Vikings in consideration for the NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year.

  • Rhodes Brings Toys, Cheer to Children's Hospital

    Posted Dec 24, 2016

    Xavier Rhodes participated in his third annual toy drive and patient visit at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital.

  • Rudolph Brings Sick Kids On North Pole Trip

    Posted Dec 24, 2016

    Kyle Rudolph recently organized ‘Rudy’s Red Eye Express’ as more than two dozen patients and their families from the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital visited the North Pole.

  • Irondale Player Overcoming Tragedy

    Posted Dec 21, 2016

    Former football player at Irondale High School Sam Heras was as recognized as the U.S. Bank Hometown Hero during last Sunday’s game. Heras lost both his parents to illnesses over the last two years.