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The offseason is in full swing. All of your favorite Vikings players are scattered throughout the country – and the world! – embarking on various adventures. Here's a look back at what some of the Vikings were up to during the month of March.
March 1:Kevin McDermott and his wife visited Iceland.
Adrian Peterson promoted the film he helped produce along with Robert Griffin III, Jerry Hughes and Brian Orakpo.
March 2: Charles Johnson documented his trip to Hawaii via Instagram.
March 5: Brian Robison appeared on Bass Live for one of his many offseason fishing adventures.
Captain Munnerlyn attended the opening event for the Mike Zimmer Foundation.
March 8: Xavier Rhodes paid tribute to Lions WR Calvin Johnson on his retirement.
Teddy Bridgewater joined offensive line teammates in a hunting fundraiser.
March 12: Kyle Rudolph put out a little March Madness challenge to his followers on social.
March 15: Rhett Ellison and Marcus Sherels re-signed with the Vikings.
Cordarrelle Patterson wished longtime Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman a happy 96th birthday.
March 16: Eric Kendricks visited his alma mater for UCLA Pro Day.
March 17: Andre Smith tweeted his excitement about joining the Vikings for the 2016 season.
March 18: Terence Newman and Justin Trattou re-signed with the Vikings.
March 19: Sharrif Floyd visited his alma mater.
March 20: Adam Thielen supported another Minnesota sports team at the Twins game.
Taylor Heinicke got into March Madness.
March 21:Adrian Peterson celebrated his 31st birthday.
March 22: Stefon Diggs spent the day with his brothers.
This what real love look like. And I'll never stop pushing them!! pic.twitter.com/NhTtOz1YB3
— IG: stefondiggs (@stefon_diggs) March 22, 2016
Zach Line celebrated his two-year wedding anniversary.
March 26:Stefon Diggs went International.
Palais de Tokyo ... pic.twitter.com/g4i91eU6r1
— IG: stefondiggs (@stefon_diggs) March 27, 2016
Kyle Rudolph embarked on a road trip.
March 30: Adam Thielen and his wife, Caitlin, got married in May during last year's offseason. This time around, the Thielens announced via Instagram that they're expecting their first child together. Congratulations, Adam and Caitlin!