NFL Vikings
  • FREEMAN TO START, LACY WAIVED

    Despite a woeful start in his Vikings debut, Josh Freeman will remain Minnesota’s starting quarterback.  Head coach Leslie Frazier gave Freeman his vote of confidence and the Q-B will get his second start with his …

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    23 Oct 13
  • GIANTS PICK UP FIRST WIN OF SEASON

    The Josh Freeman era got off to a rocky start as the Vikings lost 23-7 to the Giants at MetLife Stadium on “Monday Night Football”  Freeman finished just 20-of-53 for 190 yards and an interception …

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    22 Oct 13
  • VIKINGS PUT BISHOP ON IR

    Vikings linebacker Desmond Bishop is on injured reserve with a torn ACL in his right knee.  Head coach Leslie Frazier says Bishop suffered the injury in Sunday’s 35-10 loss to Carolina.  He missed all of …

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    18 Oct 13
  • FREEMAN WILL START MONDAY

    The Josh Freeman era is set to begin in Minnesota.  The former Buccaneers quarterback will start for the Vikings when they play the winless New York Giants on “Monday Night Football.”  Freeman was released by …

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    17 Oct 13
  • PANTHERS HAMMER VIKE’S, PETERSON PLAYS

    Cam Newton tossed for 242 yards and three touchdowns to guide the Panthers to a 35-10 victory over the Vikings in Minnesota.  Newton added 30 yards and a TD on the ground for Carolina, which …

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    14 Oct 13
  • VILINGS MAKE ROOM FOR FREEMAN

    The Vikings have waived quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson to clear a roster spot for new quarterback Josh Freeman.  The team signed Freeman on Monday after he was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week.  The …

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    09 Oct 13
  • FREEMAN SIGNS WITH VIKINGS

    Former Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman is now a member of the Vikings.  Freeman’s agent broke the news via Twitter, saying simply “Vikings!!!”  ESPN reports he’s signed a one-year deal worth three-million-dollars.  Freeman was released …

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    08 Oct 13
  • VIKINGS ON BYE WEEK

    The Vikings are on a bye week which means the players are resting and recuperating.  The Minnesota coaching staff, meanwhile, is watching gamefilm and self-scouting.  One of the areas the staff will look at is …

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    04 Oct 13