Vikings
  • I went way below the bar

    MANKATO, Minn. (AP) – Minnesota Vikings special teams coordinator Mike Priefer says he “went way below the bar” with his homophobic remark in front of players that led to his looming three-game suspension. The Vikings …

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    25 Jul 14
  • Kluwe lawyer No lawsuit imminent

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Former Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is backing away from his threat to sue the team over alleged discrimination – for now. Kluwe vowed last week to sue because he was …

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    24 Jul 14
  • Vikings waive suspended DE Spencer Nealy

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota Vikings have waived defensive end Spencer Nealy and signed tight end Mike Higgins. The move was made Wednesday. The NFL announced two weeks ago that Nealy will be …

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    24 Jul 14
  • Chris Kluwes lawyer threatens to sue Vikings

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Chris Kluwe’s lawyer says the former Minnesota Vikings punter intends to sue the team over his allegations of anti-gay conduct by a coach. Attorney Clayton Halunen says they’ll seek a copy …

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    16 Jul 14
  • Adrian Peterson

      EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) – Adrian Peterson is about to start his final NFL season in his 20s. He will turn 30 next March, the age at which most running backs start to experience …

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    20 Jun 14
  • Super Bowl organizers on defensive over NFL asks

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A published report detailing perks the National Football League requests of cities bidding for the Super Bowl has organizers of the 2018 Minnesota game on the defensive. The Minnesota bid committee …

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    10 Jun 14
  • Anthony Barr

      EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota Vikings have signed draft picks Anthony Barr, Scott Crichton and Antone Exum to contracts. The Vikings signed Barr, the ninth overall pick, and Exum, a seventh-rounder, on …

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    23 May 14
  • Owners to decide on 2018 Super Bowl site

      ATLANTA (AP) – NFL owners will vote Tuesday on the site of the next Super Bowl, choosing between New Orleans, Indianapolis and Minneapolis. Next year’s game is in Arizona, followed by the San Francisco …

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    20 May 14