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Vikings Waive DL Scott Crichton

By Vikings – WCCO | CBS Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota Vikings announced Friday they have waived defensive lineman Scott Crichton.

Crichton was drafted by the Vikings in the third round in 2014. He played in 13 games in 2015 before a concussion ended his season. He was again placed on injured reserve in August 2016 after clearing waivers.

The Vikings reportedly made another move on the defensive line Friday. According to ESPN, veteran defensive end Brian Robison signed a one year contract extension with the team.

Source:: CBS Minnesota

2017 Prospect Profile Recap

By Chris Corso In leading up to the 2017 NFL Draft, has taken a look at 50 different players hoping to hear their names called. The Vikings currently have eight selections in the draft. They do not h…

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Vikings release former third-round pick Crichton

By Matthew Coller

The Minnesota Vikings announced they have waived former third-round pick Scott Crichton.

The defensive lineman appeared in 21 games in 2014 and 2015, combining for just 10 total tackles.

#Vikings have officially waived DL Scott Crichton. The active roster now stands at 64 players.

— Vikings PR (@VikingsPR) March 24, 2017

Minnesota signed Datone Jones this offseason, a former Packers free agent defensive lineman.

The post Vikings release former third-round pick Crichton appeared first on 1500 ESPN Twin Cities.

Source:: 1500 ESPN Sportswire

Items to be Considered by NFL Owners: Coaches’ Challenges & Uniform Changes

By Craig Peters NFL Ownership, league executives and club personnel will convene next week in Arizona for the NFL Annual Meeting. Clubs and the NFL Competition Committee have had opportunities to submit proposals…

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Packers reportedly considered Adrian Peterson visit

By Mike Florio The first free agency in the 10-year career of running back Adrian Peterson continues, for good reason. He still wants to be paid more than anyone wants to pay him. One team that would be a logical fit for Peterson considered bringing him in for a visit. Via Jeremy Fowler of, the Packers thought…

Source:: ProFootballTalk

Report: Most teams think Adrian Peterson is ‘effectively done’

By Matthew Coller

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The Minnesota Vikings chose to acquire free agent running back Latavius Murray rather than re-sign future Hall of Famer Adrian Peterson.

It appears most NFL teams agree with the Vikings’ assessment that they can do better. Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report is reporting that teams believe Peterson isn’t anywhere close to the player he once was.

Freeman wrote:

Freeman’s report also notes that the Oakland Raiders have shown some interest in Peterson but are also trying to bring Marshawn Lynch out of retirement to join their backfield.

Is it possible Adrian Peterson won’t find a new team?

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Source:: 1500 ESPN Sportswire

Report: Robison, Vikings Agree To Contract Extension

By Vikings – WCCO | CBS Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota Vikings and defensive end Brian Robison have agreed to a contract extension, according to ESPN.

NFL reporter Field Yates said on Twitter the 33-year-old signed a one year extension through 2018. The contract comes with $5.15 million guaranteed and a base salary of $7.5 million over two years, according to Yates.

The Vikings drafted Robison in the fourth round of the 2007 draft. He has spent his entire 10 year career with the team, amassing 56 sacks. Robison has been a full-time starter on the line since 2011.

Robison finished third on the team in sacks last season with 7.5. Everson Griffen was second with 8 and Danielle Hunter, taking limited snaps as a rotational player, led the team with 12.5.

Source:: CBS Minnesota

Lunchbreak: Vikings Draft Could Focus on Trenches

By Eric Smith Every NFL team is gearing up for the 2017 NFL Draft by watching tape, attending college pro days and bringing in potential picks for in-house visits. With the draft getting closer by the day, Tim …

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Brian Robison takes 2017 pay cut, adds year to contract

By Josh Alper Vikings defensive end Brian Robison has agreed to an extension through the 2018 season that comes with a pay cut for this season. Field Yates of reports that the veteran will cut his base salary from $5.3 million to a fully-guaranteed $3.9 million for the coming year while also giving up $300,000 in workout…

Source:: ProFootballTalk

Report: Vikings sign Robison to contract extension

By Matthew Coller

According to Field Yates of ESPN, the Minnesota Vikings have signed defensive end Brian Robison to a one-year contract extension. reports the deal will create $1.8 million in cap space.

Source: Vikings DE Brian Robison has signed a 1-year extension through 2018. Now due a base value of $7.5M over 2 years, $5.15M guaranteed.

— Field Yates (@FieldYates) March 24, 2017

Robison is coming off a 7.5 sack season, his highest total since 2013.

As Danielle Hunter moves into a bigger role, Robison will work as a rotational pass rusher when the team is at full strength, but he still has the capability to play full-time if needed.

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Source:: 1500 ESPN Sportswire