After two highly successful seasons in 2012 and 2013, Vikings: Beyond the Gridiron will return for a third season. The documentary-style show focuses on the rare inside access that only a team network can provide. Beyond the Gridiron is co-produced by VEN and Elite Edge Productions and airs Saturdays on KARE 11 and Sundays on Fox Sports North.
A trio of Vikings rookies -- Anthony Barr, Teddy Bridgewater, and Jerick McKinnon -- are all making an impact and playing major roles for the Vikings despite their youth.
Former Vikings QB Todd Bouman, who played for the Vikings from 1997 to 2002 as part of his 13-year NFL career, is now giving back to the game of football as head coach of Buffalo High School.
The Vikings and Sanford Health recently awarded Fargo North High school with a concussion awareness and prevention technology grand prize.
Vikings players past and present joined the American Cancer Society to host the fourth annual "A Crucial Catch" luncheon on Oct. 14 at Wildfire to honor area breast cancer survivors.
The Vikings recently welcomed Kai Desmet, a 19-year-old Vikings fan from Seattle that has been battling a rare childhood cancer called Desmoplastic small-round-cell tumor for the last year, to Winter Park to watch practice and meet several of his favorite players.
Despite being hampered on the field by injuries this season, Chad Greenway isn't letting that affect his leadership role, both with the Vikings but also at home with his family and through his Chad Greenway Foundation.
Antone Exum Jr. is no stranger to varying degrees of adversity, from Antone himself suffering a career-changing ankle injury in college, as well as his mother, who was the honorary team captain prior to the Lions game, successfully battling breast cancer.
Jarius Wright, who is entering his third season as a Viking, is adjusting to life in Minnesota, which has similarities to his native Arkansas but of course is very different in ways as well, and also looking to make his mark in Norv Turner's offense.
Watch a profile of Vikings Defensive Backs Coach Jerry Gray, a two-time All-American at Texas and a four-time Pro Bowler during his NFL career, who also has a foundation established in Lubbock, Texas that provides scholarships to kids to continue their education.
Greg Jennings recently teamed up with David Yurman jewelers to benefit The Greg Jennings Foundation, which gives back in countless ways to youth in the Twin Cities and back in his hometown of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
2014 Show Schedule
**All Shows will also air Sundays at 1:35am on KARE**
Show No. 14
Saturday, November 1 – 11:30am – KARE 11
Sunday, November 2 - - 10:00am – FSN
Show No. 15
Saturday, November 8 – 11:00am – KARE 11
Sunday, November 9 – 10:00am – FSN
Show No. 16
Saturday, November 15 – Noon – KARE 11
Sunday, November 16 – 10:00am – FSN
Show No. 17
Saturday, November 22 – 11:00am – KARE 11
Sunday, November 23 – 10:00am – FSN
Show No. 18
Saturday, November 29 – 11:00am – KARE 11
Sunday, November 30 – 10:00am – FSN
Show No. 19
Saturday, December 6 – 11:00am – KARE 11
Sunday, December 7 – 10:00am – FSN
Show No. 20
Saturday, December 13 – 11:30am – KARE 11
Sunday, December 14 – 10:00am – FSN
Show No. 21
Saturday, December 20 – 5:30am – KARE 11
Sunday, December 21 – 10:00am – FSN
Show No. 22
Saturday, December 27 – Noon- KARE 11
Sunday, December 28 – 10:00 - FSN