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Will the right side of the Vikings’ O-line hold up?

By Matthew Coller

USA Football and Scouting Academy offensive line analyst Brandon Thorn joins Matthew Coller and Judd Zulgad on the 1500ESPN airwaves to discuss whether he believes the Vikings’ offensive line will be better than next year. Can Mike Remmers successfully switch to guard? What are Rashod Hill’s strengths and weaknesses? Where […]

Purple FTW! Podcast: Beef with Kirk Cousins’ Beef feat. Myles Gorham (ep. 577)

By Andy Carlson

We’ve officially hit peak offseason if we’re still talking about Kirk Cousins’ weird steaks a week later, but here we are. Friend of the Program Myles Gorham (@MylesGorham85) of Climbing the Pocket joined us at The Blue Door Pub to get his receiver insight on why he wants Stefon Diggs […]

If Peterson’s career is over, what will his legacy be?

By Matthew Coller

If you follow Adrian Peterson on Twitter, you are well aware of his intentions to play in the NFL this season.

He hasn’t been shy about tweeting workout videos or retweeting radio interviews in which the pull quote is, “wherever I go, they won’t regret it.”

But with Peterson still unsigned […]

Zulgad: It’s time for Kirk Cousins to change his tune

By Judd Zulgad

Kirk Cousins embraces those who doubt him. He loves the underdog roll. Whether you’re an NFL executive, coach or a fan, if you think Cousins can’t do it, he wants to hear about it.

This point was driven home again in a recent feature on the Vikings new quarterback by Chad […]

Lorenzo Alexander: Players good with shorter contracts if it means more guarantees

By Charean Williams Kirk Cousins‘ fully guaranteed $84 million contract, the first of its kind in the NFL, is for only three years. Florio did a good job on a slow day of spelling out how the adoption of fully guaranteed contracts for all NFL players would lead to shorter contracts for most players. Bills […]

49ers will be without Reuben Foster vs. Vikings in opener

By Matthew Coller

We are still two months away from the NFL regular season, but the Minnesota Vikings just caught their first break of the year. The NFL announced Tuesday it has suspended San Francisco 49ers star linebacker Reuben Foster for the first two games of the season.

Foster’s absence could have a significant […]

Vikings Super Fan ‘Millie’ Celebrates 100th Birthday

By Vikings – WCCO | CBS Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Vikings super fan isn’t just celebrating Independence Day.

Millie Wall is partying because it’s her 100th birthday. The die-hard football fan became a social media star last winter during the Vikings’ playoff games.

She received a special phone call from NFL Commissioner Roger […]

Fifteen draft picks remain unsigned, including seven of top 10

By Charean Williams With Calvin Ridley signing his four-year deal with the Falcons, 15 drafted players remain unsigned. Eleven of those are first-round choices, including the top four overall picks. In fact, only three of the top-10 picks have signed. The 49ers, Browns and Giants all have two players left to get under contract. 49ers […]

The NFL’s most interesting team ft. Robert Mays (ep. 337)

By Matthew Coller

Matthew Coller connects with Robert Mays of The Ringer to talk about the Chicago Bears and the potential for a big step forward this season. How will Mitch Trubisky be helped by an improved supporting cast? Will a new coach take the Bears to another level? Who else does Robert see […]

Who is the second best quarterback in Vikings history?

By Matthew Coller

The Minnesota Vikings are in the unusual position of knowing who their starting quarterback will be for at least the next three years. On a talented team with a No. 1 defense, Kirk Cousins has an opportunity to quickly ascend the rankings of all-time Vikings quarterbacks. Clearly Fran Tarkenton is No. […]