vikings.com looks back on the (short) week what was at Winter Park via the "Winter Park Rewind."
Things calmed down at Winter Park after the victory over the Steelers thanks to the bye week, but by Monday morning things ramped up in a big way due to the club's acqusition of former Bucs QB
Later in the day Freeman arrived at Winter Park, and Mike Wobschall went 1-on-1 with him from the Xfinity Studios.
Click here to view photos of Freeman from his days in Tampa.
The attention started to turn towards Sunday's game vs. the Panthers. Click here to view a photo gallery of past images from games between the two clubs.
Wobschall provided his take on why the Freeman signing is a good fit for both he and the Vikings.
The AP sent us a story outlining eight details you need to know regarding last week's agreement between the MSFA and the Vikings regarding the new stadium.
Take a look at where the Vikings fit in this week's power rankings from around the web.
Head around the NFC North to see what's going on with the other three teams in the division.
Minnesota was selected as one of three finalists -- along with Indianapolis and New Orleans -- for Super Bowl 52 in February 2018.
NFL Network cut a video of Freeman's career highlights which you can watch below.
Click here to view photos from Wednesday's practice.
Freeman hit the practice field for the first time as a Vikings on this day, and you can watch footage of his day here:
Speaking of the AP, their game preview story for Sunday focuses on the quarterbacks for both teams being in the spotlight.
Wobschall posted a notebook column that touches on severl topics, including the need for the Vikings to defense the read-option this Sunday. Wobschall also took a deeper look at
Another AP story was sent our way, this one from Charlotte with members of the Panthers talking about their focus being on stopping Adrian Peterson, not who the Vikings run out at quarterback.
Click here to view images from Thursday's practice.
This week's Pick 6 Video Mailbag hits on what else but Freeman and what his future holds.
Jared Allen talked about the need for the team's defense to be more consistent prior to Thursday's practice.
NFL Films sent us their weekly game preview as well.
This day became a whole lot newsier than most every other Friday due to the tragic death of Adrian Peterson's 2-year-old son in South Dakota.
Moving on to much less important things relating to football, Head Coach Leslie Frazier confirmed that Matt Cassel and not Christian Ponder will start this Sunday vs. Carolina.
Late in the day NFL Network sent us a pair of videos: