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  Vikings | Teddy Bridgewater may start season on PUP list    Fri Jul 21, 07:06 PM

Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater (knee) likely will start the regular season on the Physically Unable to Perform list, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Ben Goessling.

Footballguys view: We've been saying this for weeks. Not only do they want to be super cautious with the future of their franchise, there's a monetary aspect to this. They are unlikely to keep Sam Bradford around due to the massive cap hit he represents next year, and if Bridgewater does not play this season they can preserve the fifth year of his contract. That gives them another year at a cheap price and more time to build up the offense of line and the rest of the offense to help Bridgewater out.

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  Vikings | Jarius Wright's roster spot in danger?    Fri Jul 21, 02:34 AM

Minnesota Vikings WR Jarius Wright is no lock to make the team, according to ESPN's Ben Goessling, following the offseason signing of WR Michael Floyd and the selection of rookie WRs Rodney Adams and Stacy Coley in the draft. Wright signed a four-year extension before the 2015 campaign and carries a cap number of $3.138 million for the upcoming season.

Footballguys view: We've liked Wright but he's never really been more than an occasionally productive player in both the NFL and fantasy. As it stands, he's a nice but easily replaceable piece of the offense and even if he makes the team, remains a fantasy non-factor.

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  Vikings | Dalvin Cook to get used on kickoffs?    Tue Jul 18, 09:46 PM

Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook may be a candidate to return kicks if special teams coach Mike Priefer has his way, although Priefer acknowledges the decision ultimately lies with head coach Mike Zimmer.

Footballguys view: Cook had fumbling problems in college at Florida State and that was one of the reasons he dropped in the draft. Having him as a return man is risky if he doesn't show improved ball security. Plus, if Cook is the team's starter at running back then perhaps using him as a return man as well isn't advisable.

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  Vikings | Dalvin Cook to see 300 touches in 2017?    Sun Jul 16, 02:31 PM

Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook broke loose for a run of 50 or more yards 10 times during his Florida State career, and while the Minneapolis Star Tribune's Matt Vensel believes the Vikings might not ask him to take on 300 carries as a rookie, Vensel will also not rule it out.

Footballguys view: Cook should be the lead back for the Vikings this year, perhaps as soon as Week 1 of the regular season. His primary competition for the position is free agent addition Latavius Murray and he's missed the offseason program recovering from ankle surgery he had back in March. Cook fell in the draft due to character concerns and fumbling problems at Florida State. If he hangs onto the rock and stays out of trouble, Cook has low end RB1 upside for fantasy owners with his all-purpose skill set. He's going off the board at RB29 (6.06) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Vikings | Michael Floyd receives suspension    Fri Jul 14, 04:18 PM

Minnesota Vikings WR Michael Floyd has been suspended for the first four games of the 2017 season, according to a source.

Footballguys view: With this suspension, there's no guarantee the Vikings will keep Floyd around. He was terrible last year splitting time in Arizona and New England. An extreme DUI last year got him bounced from the desert but the Patriots took a chance on the veteran receiver and he did nothing.

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  Vikings | No brace for Teddy Bridgewater    Thu Jul 13, 02:17 PM

Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater (knee) has been working out without a brace on his surgically repaired knee. The extent of Bridgewater's workout regimen and timetable has not been fully disclosed, however, and he could begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list.

Footballguys view: This is great sign, but we're still wondering how hard the team will push him to start. They have Sam Bradford, who should improve after an entire offseason of work with the team after doing well in 2016 considering he parachuted in at the last minute. This is all worth watching, but don't be shocked if Bradford starts the season under center or if Bridgewater doesn't see the field this season.

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  Vikings | Sam Bradford efficient on deep throws    Wed Jul 12, 10:31 PM

Minnesota Vikings QB Sam Bradford had the highest adjusted completion percentage on deep passes of 20 yards or more in 2016, converting on 57.4 percent of such throws. Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan (57.1 percent) and New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees (56.1 percent) finished second and third, respectively.

Footballguys view: Bradford did pretty well for a Vikings team which struggled mightily behind one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL last season, but keep in mind he didn't throw deep anywhere near as often as Brees or Ryan. And while you can expect Ryan/Brees to continue to be accurate deep, we're not sure where the offensive line is really at for Minnesota, nor how often Bradford will be able to - or asked to - go deep. Throughout his career, he's been relatively solid on deep balls so we know he is capable of it and a full offseason with this team and receivers makes us hopeful. That said, his ADP of 25th quarterback overall is well earned given the uncertainty and his overall track record of mediocrity.

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  Vikings | Kyle Rudolph top targeted TE in scoring range    Tue Jul 11, 08:34 PM

Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph finished with 24 targets inside the red zone last year, including 10 inside the 10. Both marks were the best among tight ends.

Footballguys view: Rudolph posted career-best numbers in 2016 (83/840/7) and finished 2016 as the no3 fantasy tight end. He's a favorite target of QB Sam Bradford, and that should continue again this year. Rudolph's current ADP is TE9 (8.09) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Vikings | Latavius Murray falling back    Tue Jul 11, 11:51 AM

Minnesota Vikings RB Latavius Murray (ankle) is losing his grip on the starting job due to the addition of RB Dalvin Cook. Murray has missed the entire offseason recovering from ankle surgery, and Cook's blend of speed and versatility coincides with offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur's stylistic history at the position.

Footballguys view: Had the Vikings known Cook would fall to the second round of the 2017 NFL draft, they probably wouldn't have paid Murray a three-year, $15 million contract with $3.4 million guaranteed. Cook is a threat to score anytime he touches the ball, and he's a much more dangerous runner than Murray. The rookie from Florida State has a history of fumbling, he needs to work on pass protection, and he's not a power player so perhaps Murray can get some time as a goal-line back for the Vikings if he doesn't win the starting job.

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  Vikings | Dalvin Cook built to succeed with OC    Tue Jul 11, 11:50 AM

Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook, a versatile, quick back is built to succeed under offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur. Shurmur has leaned toward using one back more than a committee style in his career. With RB Latavius Murray (ankle) still recovering from offseason ankle surgery, Cook is in a prime position to usurp him as the lead back.

Footballguys view: This should come as no surprise. Cook is a dangerous runner who can gash a defense for big plays time and time again during a game. He's more dangerous than Murray, and the rookie could easily win the starting job for the Vikings. Murray will have a role, and perhaps that is to vulture away touchdowns from Cook near pay dirt.

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  Vikings | Sam Bradford better under pressure    Sat Jul 8, 10:22 PM

Minnesota Vikings QB Sam Bradford was the most accurate passer under pressure and most accurate on throws over 20 yards last season, according to Pro Football Focus.

Footballguys view: Bradford performed admirably considering that he was behind one of the worst lines in the league with almost no help from the running game. There are so many quarterbacks that can outperform ADP in drafts this year that Bradford shouldn't be a primary target, but if you get caught on the wrong side of a run, he'll be a good high floor fallback.

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  Vikings | Pat Elflein to compete for starting job    Sun Jul 2, 04:07 PM

Minnesota Vikings C Pat Elflein will compete with C Nick Easton for the starting center job during training camp. Elflein saw some snaps with the starters during offseason workouts, but Easton received a majority of the snaps with the first-team offense.

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  Vikings | More production for Laquon Treadwell?     Fri Jun 30, 11:59 PM

Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur believes he can utilize his weapons more effectively with a full offseason in his role, and Conor Orr of NFL.com thinks WR Laquon Treadwell could be one of the main beneficiaries.

Footballguys view: In nine games as a rookie last year, the 2016 first-round pick struggled to make an impact and only caught one pass for 15 yards on the season. Treadwell is competing as the no3 receiver for the Vikings behind Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen. Coming out of college, Treadwell drew comparisons to DeAndre Hopkins (Texans) because of his athleticism and ability to make crazy catches with ease. The Vikings are hoping he can start flashing more of that in year two.

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  Vikings | Dalvin Cook has leg up in RB competition    Thu Jun 29, 10:34 PM

Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook has an early leg up in the running back competition, according to RB Latavius Murray. 'Dalvin's already been through the organized team activities, he's already been through the offseason,' Murray said. 'So, he has that up on me.'

Footballguys view: Murray underwent ankle surgery back in March, and he's been on the road to recovery ever since. Cook is a more dynamic player and is a threat to score anytime he touches the ball. Murray could get some short-yardage or goal-line work, but we expect Cook to win the starting job if he can stay healthy and hang onto the rock.

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  Vikings | Latavius Murray expects to start    Tue Jun 27, 02:45 PM

Minnesota Vikings RB Latavius Murray (ankle) said he expects to be the starting running back Week 1 even though the team added RB Dalvin Cook in the draft.

Footballguys view: That's cool and all...he should be expecting to be the starter...but the reality is that Cook is going to push him hard for that job. Cook is the more dynamic back and plays with more speed and explosiveness to his game. Murray needs to be healthy, stay healthy and produce if he wants to keep Cook at bay. Cook needs to stay healthy and hang onto the rock (fumbling was a problem at FSU) if he wants to play up to his first-round potential.

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  Vikings | Michael Floyd to remain on roster    Tue Jun 27, 12:18 AM

Minnesota Vikings WR Michael Floyd will remain with the team despite receiving a one-day jail sentence, according to general manager Rick Spielman, who said that Floyd will be expected with the rest of the club at the start of training camp when players report on July 26.

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  Vikings | Minnesota adds Mark Uyeyama to staff    Sat Jun 24, 09:24 PM

The Minnesota Vikings announced that Mark Uyeyama has been named their strength and conditioning coach Saturday, June 24.

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  Vikings | Antone Exum missed some workouts    Fri Jun 23, 04:21 PM

Minnesota Vikings S Antone Exum (leg) missed most of the offseason workouts because of a leg injury.

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  Vikings | Two Vikings CBs options for nickel back job    Fri Jun 23, 04:17 PM

Minnesota Vikings CBs Terence Newman and Mackensie Alexander are expected to compete for the nickel back job during training camp.

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  Vikings | Sharrif Floyd expected to be on PUP list    Fri Jun 23, 04:05 PM

Minnesota Vikings DT Sharrif Floyd (knee, quadriceps) is expected to start the 2017 season on the Physically Unable to Perform list.

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  Vikings | Two Vikings competing for OLB job    Mon Jun 19, 07:33 PM

Minnesota Vikings LBs Edmond Robinson and Emmanuel Lamur appeared to share the snaps at weakside linebacker evenly during minicamp.

Footballguys view: Robinson received most of the work with the first-team defense when Lamur was sidelined with an injury early this offseason.

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  Vikings | Nick Easton worked with starters    Mon Jun 19, 07:32 PM

Minnesota Vikings C Nick Easton received most of the snaps with the first-team offense at center during offseason workouts but will compete with C Pat Elflein for the starting job during training camp.

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  Vikings | Trae Waynes likely to start    Mon Jun 19, 11:22 AM

Updating a previous report, Minnesota Vikings CB Trae Waynes has been the starter at left cornerback throughout the spring. He's likely to start there this season.

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  Vikings | Danielle Hunter poised to start    Mon Jun 19, 11:20 AM

Minnesota Vikings DE Danielle Hunter is in line to start at left defensive end with DE Brian Robison moving to a situational role. Hunter had 12.5 sacks as a reserve last season, and he's likely to play in at least 80 percent of the snaps this year.

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  Vikings | David Morgan impresses with blocking    Mon Jun 19, 11:17 AM

Minnesota Vikings TE David Morgan II impressed with his blocking skills, and he doesn't have much competition for the second tight end spot, according to beat writer Matt Vensel.

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  Vikings | Dalvin Cook flashes speed    Mon Jun 19, 11:14 AM

Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook flashed his speed in minicamp last week and is a fast, long strider in the open field.

Footballguys view: No surprise here. Cook is an explosive back who reminded some in the scouting community of former Colts great Edgerrin James. We'll see Cook compete with veteran Latavius Murray for the starting job. Expect him to get playing time -- and perhaps win the main job -- due to his natural playmaking skill set.

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  Vikings | Teddy Bridgewater could be cleared this year    Mon Jun 19, 11:13 AM

Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater (knee) could receive clearance to return at some point this season, in the opinion of beat writer Matt Vensel. Bridgewater has surfaced in videos throwing 40-yard passes.

Footballguys view: That's cool, and we're rooting for Bridgewater to get back onto the field someday. However, he may not be ready for the start of the regular season and when he comes back it should only be as a the backup to Sam Bradford. With no fifth-year option picked up, it will be interesting to see where Bridgewater is playing in 2018.

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  Vikings | Kyle Rudolph improving as a blocker    Sun Jun 18, 12:17 PM

Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph is doing a better job as a blocker, according to head coach Mike Zimmer.

Footballguys view: That's going to help the offense, but you don't get fantasy points for blocking. Rudolph should continue as a check down favorite of QB Sam Bradford, and that elevates his fantasy value. Last year, Rudolph was quietly the no3 tight end in fantasy football with a final stat line of 83 catches, 840 yards and seven touchdowns. Projecting him for 75 or more catches is reasonable, and that keeps his value in the TE1 range. You can get him at TE9 (8.09) in 12-team PPR leagues currently.

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  Vikings | George Edwards to call defensive plays for MIN?    Sat Jun 17, 08:47 AM

Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer is considering giving up defensive play-calling responsibilities to defensive coordinator George Edwards so that he can focus on other areas of the team.

Footballguys view: Other areas of the team means the offense. The Vikings haven't had a robust offense under Zimmer, but their defense has been pretty good. Zimmer hasn't made a final decision yet but could give Edwards an opportunity to call defensive plays during a preseason game.

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  Vikings | Rodney Adams to return kicks    Sat Jun 17, 12:19 AM

Minnesota Vikings WR Rodney Adams will have the first chance to handle kick return duties, and Ben Goessling of ESPN.com believes Adams could have a role in the offense as a slot receiver this season.

Footballguys view: A fifth-round pick out of South Florida this year, Adams has the speed to eat cushion quickly. He does a good job of varying his speed in the route and can lull defenders to sleep just to burst by them for a big play. Adams can be used effectively on screen and pop passes.

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  Vikings | Teddy Bridgewater looks sharp    Fri Jun 16, 11:34 PM

Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater is looking better throwing the ball, according to head coach Mike Zimmer, and WR Laquon Treadwell said he has been impressed with the timing of Bridgewater's throws.

Footballguys view: Reports indicate that Bridgewater has a chip on his shoulder and wants to prove that he can come back from the horrific leg injury he suffered last year. Sam Bradford is the team's starter, but it looks like Bridgewater could be available in 2017 as his backup.

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  Vikings | Michael Floyd has work to do    Fri Jun 16, 11:27 PM

Minnesota Vikings WR Michael Floyd said Thursday, June 15, that he still has plenty of work to do in order to be comfortable with the offense before training camp begins in July.

Footballguys view: Floyd needed a fresh start after his 'extreme DUI' last year which led to his release with the Cardinals. He didn't do much in his time with the Patriots after that and now comes home to Minnesota. Floyd has veteran experience, but he's fourth (at best) on the Vikings depth chart.

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  Vikings | Tommy Armstrong waived    Fri Jun 16, 10:38 AM

Minnesota Vikings S Tommy Armstrong was waived Friday, June 16.

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  Vikings | Mike Zimmer believes in Dalvin Cook     Thu Jun 15, 05:37 PM

Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook has a chance to be a special player, according to head coach Mike Zimmer. 'Now, he's got some things he's got to work on, like all young backs, but I've been very impressed with him this spring,' Zimmer said.

Footballguys view: Cook can catch the ball out of the backfield as well as run it. He's a playmaker and Zimmer may be thinking that if his offensive line makes it hard for a guy like Cook to make plays getting the ball in his hands on special teams is just good business. It may not help your fantasy team though, which explains his 59 overall ADP and standing as No. 24 running back in current drafts.

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  Vikings | Latavius Murray expected at camp    Thu Jun 15, 03:31 PM

Minnesota Vikings RB Latavius Murray (ankle) is expected to be ready for the start of training camp, according to head coach Mike Zimmer.

Footballguys view: We like Murray's all-purpose skill set but we still don't love this offensive line and really, that's what could really hurt him. Until we see this group is really better, his ADP of 104 overall and 38 running back off the board seem about right.

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  Vikings | Minnesota not pursuing Eric Decker    Fri Jun 9, 10:02 PM

New York Jets WR Eric Decker is not likely to be pursued by the Minnesota Vikings, according to general manager Rick Spielman. 'We always look at everybody that is released, but we feel pretty confident with our receiving corps right now,' Spielman said.

Footballguys view: The Vikings are already flush with talent and potential on the depth chart at wide receiver. They've got guys like Stefon Diggs, Adam Thielen, Laquon Treadwell, Jarius Wright, and Michael Floyd just to begin with. Sure, Decker has valuable veteran experience and could play a large role for them but it sounds like they're set on seeing what their guys can do. We expect Decker to end up with the Ravens.

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  Vikings | Latavius Murray to begin running soon    Thu Jun 8, 03:40 PM

Minnesota Vikings RB Latavius Murray (ankle) is out of his walking boot and is expected to begin running unassisted in about a week. Murray said he feels great and that already dealing with the same surgery earlier in his career has helped his rehabilitation. The newly acquired running back anticipates being ready for training camp.

Footballguys view: If the Vikings can produce an offensive line, Murray could be very good. However, that line is an issue and people underestimate how good the one he ran behind in Oakland really was. Right now we're cool on him, injury or not, and he's only at an ADP of 85 overall, and as the No. 30 running back. That plants him rather firmly at the cusp of RB3 and RB4.

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  Vikings | Teddy Brigdewater timetable remains unknown    Thu Jun 8, 02:18 PM

Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater's (knee) return is still unknown at this point due to the severity of his injuries, according to general manager Rick Spielman.

Footballguys view: We still think there is a huge chance that Bridgewater starts off on the PUP list and is preserved as long as possible to keep the team from having to use his fifth year option. Then they can keep him cheap next season when he is a year plus beyond his injury and the team has been improved around him. Consider also that it's unlikely the Vikings will want to pay the $17 million owed Sam Bradford in 2018.

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  Vikings | Edmond Robinson getting most reps    Thu Jun 8, 12:54 AM

Minnesota Vikings LB Edmond Robinson has received the most repetitions at the weak-side linebacker spot during organized team activities. At this point in time, with LB Emmanuel Lamur (undisclosed) still hobbled by injuries, Robinson is the frontrunner to replace retired LB Chad Greenway.

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  Vikings | Harrison Smith a full participant last week    Tue Jun 6, 01:15 PM

Minnesota Vikings S Harrison Smith (ankle) engaged in a full practice in at least one OTA session open to the public last week, although he 'mostly a spectator' Tuesday, June 6, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune's Matt Vensel.

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  Vikings | Mike Zimmer cleared to coach    Mon Jun 5, 11:59 AM

Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer (eye) returned to the sidelines in organized team activities Monday, June 5.

Footballguys view: Zimmer had been missing offseason work as he gave his eye some rest. He's had eight surgeries on his right eye since November but vows this won't be a long-term problem.

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  Vikings | Jarius Wright expects to improve    Sun Jun 4, 10:01 PM

Minnesota Vikings WR Jarius Wright said he wasn't happy with his performance last season but believes wide receivers coach Darrell Hazell will bring some fresh ideas to the table and allow him to play fast.

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  Vikings | Harrison Smith healed    Sun Jun 4, 04:33 PM

Updating a previous report, Minnesota Vikings FS Harrison Smith (ankle) said his surgically repaired ankle is healed and is no longer an issue.

Footballguys view: Smith is a key piece of the Vikings defense, but he needs to stay on the field more after missing time in each of the last two years. Even though he says the ankle is not an issue the team will ease him in during OTAs, but it sounds like Smith should be good to go for training camp.

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  Vikings | T.J. Clemmings works at guard    Sat Jun 3, 03:07 PM

Minnesota Vikings OT T.J. Clemmings lined up at right guard during the team's last two organized team activities. He worked at right tackle earlier in the offseason.

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  Vikings | Dalvin Cook contract details    Fri Jun 2, 07:08 PM

Updating a previous report, Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook's four-year contract is worth $6.35 million. The deal includes a $3.979 million signing bonus.

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  Vikings | Joe Berger planning to retire    Fri Jun 2, 09:48 AM

Minnesota Vikings C Joe Berger plans to retire after the 2017 season.

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  Vikings | Harrison Smith not limited    Fri Jun 2, 09:30 AM

Minnesota Vikings FS Harrison Smith (ankle) said he's doing all the work in organized team activities four months after ankle surgery.

Footballguys view: Smith got cleanup surgery after the season and the team will ease him back into action until training camp. He's a quality player when healthy, but was even able to make plays for the Vikings last year playing banged up. Smith hasn't played a full 16-game season over the last two years due to nagging injuries.

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  Vikings | Latavius Murray might be ready for camp    Thu Jun 1, 04:55 PM

Minnesota Vikings RB Latavius Murray's (ankle) goal is to be recovered well enough from his ankle surgery that he is able to participate in training camp. Murray said he's going to trust the process, not rush the process, and that he is on track to return for camp at some point.

Footballguys view: Murray could be the team's lead back this year, but he's got to stay healthy and win the job. Rookie Dalvin Cook is likely his best competition for the job. Jerrick McKinnon mixes in here somehow/someway too. Murray should get healthy and try to win the job in training camp.

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  Vikings | Teddy Bridgewater throwing    Thu Jun 1, 10:37 AM

Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater (knee) threw a few uncontested passes in positional drills Wednesday, May 31.

Footballguys view: It will be interesting to see how this plays out. The Vikings could retain Bridgewater without using his fifth year option if he starts the season on the PUP list. Sam Bradford is expensive in 2017 - $17 million expensive - and the Vikings might want to be extra careful with Bridgewater until then. The current uncertainty does make it a bit tough to place value on the receivers though.

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  Vikings | Stefon Diggs was limited all year by injury    Thu Jun 1, 12:12 AM

Minnesota Vikings WR Stefon Diggs stated he was 'never the same' after sustaining a groin injury in Week 4 last season. 'Stuff like that is on me, staying healthy,' he admitted Wednesday, May 31.

Footballguys view: Not knowing for sure what is happening with the quarterback situation - the Vikings have Sam Bradford still, but Teddy Bridgewater is on the mend - makes it a bit hard to predict what Diggs' production will be. He could very well sniff 1,000 yards this year but we expect his touchdown production to remain low which will cap his value.

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