Watch back highlights from Sunday's game vs. the Broncos via the Intel True View 360° view.
The Minnesota Wind Chill and the Madison Radicals of the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL), which has 21 teams across the United States, played a scrimmage during Sunday's halftime.
The Vikings honoroed 2019 Skol Service MVPs during Sunday's game against the Bears
Sunday's Miller Lite Family Salute featured Sgt. Paul Raney of the Minnesota Army National Guard and his family.
The Vikings recognized standout teachers as part of the NFL's Character Playbook program during Sunday's game against the Bears.
Former Viking OL David Dixon led the Skol Chant and sounded the Gjallarhorn prior to Sunday's game against the Bears.
The Vikings, along with Innovative Office Solutions and 3M, donated $5,000 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association as part of the 'Field Goals For Charity' initiative.
John and Evan Deutsch presented officials with the coin toss coin for Sunday's game against the Bears.
Minnesota native Noah Schnacky performed the National Anthem prior to Sunday's game against the Bears.
Sunday's Hometown Heroes were the Rochester Flyers, a Special Olympics Unified Flag Football Team, that the Vikings sponsored this fall. The Flyers signed contracts with Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman and practiced at Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center multiple times this fall.
Former Vikings DE Brian Robison led the Skol Chant and sounded the Gjallarhorn prior to Monday's game against the Packers.
During Monday's halftime, the Vikings honored former players who turned in great performances against the Packers over the years, including appearances by Randy Moss, Cris Carter, Jake Reed, Daunte Culpepper, Matt Birk, and many more.
Members of the historic "Miracle on Ice" USA Hockey team that upset the U.S.S.R. before defeating Finland to win the Gold Medal at the 1980 Winter Olympics were honored during Monday's game against the Packers.
Monday's Hometown Hero was 99-year-old Ray Robinson, who served in the 92nd Infantry Division during World War II. Nicknamed the "Buffalo Soldiers" at a time when the military was segregated, the 92nd Infantry Division fought in combat in Italy from 1944 to the war's end.
Watch back highlights from Monday's game vs. the Packers via the Intel True View 360° view.
Esera Tuaolo, a second-round pick of the Packers in 1991 who later started 28 of 60 games played for the Vikings, performed the National Anthem prior to Vikings-Packers.
Minnesota Army National Guard Specialist Emily Lucas and her family were recognized during Monday's game against the Packers.
Vikings Legend Alan Page talked with Greg Coleman during Monday's game against the Packers.
View highlights of the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders from Monday's game vs. the Packers.
Watch back highlights from Sunday's game vs. the Lions via the Intel True View 360° view.
Vikings RB Dalvin Cook is a big part of the Minnesota Vikings Foundation, and he donated proceeds from his "Chef Cooks" merchandise to the Foundation.
Watch highlights of the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders performing during the December 8 game against the Lions.
Jerry Reichow, who has been a player and front office staff member for the Vikings for now 58 years, was honored at Sunday's game against the Lions. He talked with Greg Coleman about his career in the NFL and more.
During Sunday's halftime, there was a special tribute to Tom Schultz. Tom was a statistician for the Minnesota Vikings for 25 years who suffered a fatal brain aneurysm in 2014 at age 56. In his death and through his decision to become an organ donor, Tom provided the miracle of life for Quinton Jones, a native of Bermuda who traveled to the Mayo Clinic in hopes of receiving a life-saving heart and liver transplant. Quinton was in the final stages of his life when he learned that Tom's organs were a match. Quinton became a Vikings fan to honor the life of the man whose heart beats inside him. Quinton will attend the game with Tom's family.
Jerry Reichow, a receiver on the first four Vikings teams (1961-64), will be the honorary captain. Reichow began his career with the Lions in 1956. He has worked for decades in Minnesota's personnel department and is retiring.
Innovative Office Solutions and the Vikings recently honored Bold, MN as the Minnesota Football Town of the Year and their football program was awarded $10,000.