The high school football season in the state of Minnesota came to a close last weekend, with the Minneapolis North High Polars winning the school's first ever state championship.
The Vikings teamed up with KFAN, the U.S. Marine Corps and CenturyLink for an annual Toys for Tots drive to make the holidays memorable for Minnesota youth.
For the recent game against the Cowboys, the Vikings invited back all of the team's living Pro Football Hall of Famers to honor the group that's done so much for the history of the franchise.
Watch the full game broadcast from the first ever Minnesota Football Showcase, which featured the top senior football players from around the state.
For the recent game against the Cowboys, Vikings players wore custom cleats as part of the 'My Cause My Cleats' effort, a social campaign designed to help raise awareness for different causes.
The families of Sgt. Bryan T. McDonough and Sgt. Corey J. Rystad were honored as the U.S. Bank Hometown Heros during Thursday's game vs. Dallas. Sgt. McDonough and Sgt. Rystad were killed in action on Dec. 2, 2006, near Fallujah, Iraq, while serving in the Minnesota Army National Guard.
Kyle Rudolph held his 'Thanksgiving Huddle' event at the U of M's Masonic Children's Hospital, with QB Sam Bradford joining him in an effort to give back to the Twin Cities.
The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal recently named Vikings' Chief Financial Officer Steve Poppen the CFO of the Year in its "large private company" category of annual awards.
The Vikings along with Matter, a Minnesota nonprofit organization, joined forces at U.S. Bank Stadium to pack boxes of non-perishable food to be distributed to the Twin Cities community.