Vikings Training Camp

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The Vikings and 49ers are scheduled to practice in pads from 10 a.m. to noon. If practice must move indoors, it will be closed to the public.

Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders Autographs: The MVC will sign autographs from 9:15 to 10 a.m. near TCO Stadium's Middle Plaza.

Viktor the Viking Autographs: Viktor will sign autographs from 9:15 to 10 a.m. on TCO Stadium's West Concourse

Pet Adoption presented by Caribou Coffee: Caribou Coffee is sponsoring a pet adoption in conjunction with Warrior Dog Rescue. Adoptable dogs will be near the Lower Plaza.


The Vikings roster is at its full capacity of 90 players. Click here to view the full roster.

The following changes have occurred to Minnesota's roster since the Training Camp Playbook was printed:

Placed on Active/Physically Unable to Perform: WR Blake Proehl and LB Ryan Connelly on July 25

Placed on Active/Non-Football Injury: CB Nate Hairston on July 26

Removed from Active/Non-Football Injury: CB Nate Hairston on Aug. 1

Waived: OLB Andre Mintze and FB Jake Bargas on Aug. 16

Waived/Injured: DL Tyarise Stevenson and WR Thomas Hennigan on Aug. 16

Contract Terminated/Vested Vet: CB Tye Smith on Aug. 16

An Inside Look at Justin Jefferson's Offseason Training Program

After breaking records in his first two seasons in the NFL, Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson has been working hard to carry over his success into the 2022 season. Take a behind-the-scenes look at his offseason training regimen at House of Athlete.



"A big part of my career was when I went to work for Mike Shanahan (in 1995). He made me a better football coach, and there was a kid in high school, and that was Kyle Shanahan. And we watched his career grow. Still, the elements, the run game, of Alex Gibbs, those are the origins of Mike Shanahan. They do the zone scheme as well as anybody, they have the complementary plays, they're just really hard to play against. And their offense keeps evolving over the years. I just love playing against them because I know they're going to tax us and teach us something."

— Vikings Defensive Coordinator Ed Donatell


4.29 — The Vikings defense limited the Raiders to 4.29 yards per play, which is the fifth-best mark through Week 1 of the preseason.

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