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Bridgewater says his comments about not wanting to play for the Browns were misinterpreted

By Mike Florio

After the draft, Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater told Dan Patrick that the former Louisville quarterback didn’t want to play for the Browns. Bridgewater is now backpedaling like the player Cleveland picked after an eight-nine flip-flop with Minnesota. “I think it was misinterpreted,” Bridgewater said Tuesday at the Rookie Symposium, via […]

Rodgers thinks young quarterbacks of bad teams should sit and wait

By Mike Florio

Nine years ago, the Packers used a first-round pick on quarterback Aaron Rodgers because Brett Favre already was nearly three years into his will-I-or-won’t-I-retire routine. For the next three years, Rodgers sat the bench behind Favre, until the Packers pushed Favre early in the 2008 offseason to commit to whether he’d […]

Tom House says half the league’s quarterbacks are seeking him out

By Mike Florio

Former Major League pitcher and pitching coach Tom House has branched out to football. And his roster of quarterback clients is increasing. Dramatically, potentially. “I’m a little hesitant about saying everybody who’s coming in because I’m not quite sure whether some of the organizations know their kids are coming here,” House […]

Wilfs could end up paying a lot more for Vikings stadium

By Mike Florio

Like pretty much everything ever attempted to be built within a budget, the new Viking stadium is going over its budget. And with the Minnesota Legislature placing a hard cap on the public contribution, any extra money spent on the project will come from the Vikings and/or the NFL. Sid Hartman […]

Politicians commence process of pressuring other owners on Washington name

By Mike Florio

To date, the political aspect of the challenge to the name of the Washington NFL franchise has focused on applying pressure to owner Daniel Snyder specifically and the rest of the NFL generally. Now, an effort apparently has begun to pressure individual owners not named Daniel Snyder. Betty McCollum (D-Minn.) has […]

Peterson thinks Vikings would take a “heavy hit” by cutting him

By Mike Florio

At one point, it seemed that Vikings running back Adrian Peterson eventually will want to leave the team due to its chronic inability to complement his skills with a potent passing game and, in turn, wins. Given the ongoing devaluation of the tailback position and a more recent no-one-is-sacred vibe to […]

Kluwe investigation results coming next week

By Mike Florio

This week, the Washington name controversy has stolen headlines from the sport of football. Next week, although on a lesser scale, Chris Kluwe’s allegations against the Vikings will take center stage again. According to Chris Tomasson and Seth Boster of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the Vikings expect to receive the […]

Adrian Peterson thinks coaching change could make quick impact on team

By Mike Florio

As Vikings running back Adrian Peterson closes in on his 30th birthday, one of the best players in league history will be working with his third head coach at the NFL level. And while the presence of coach Mike Zimmer and offensive coordinator Norv Turner won’t make Peterson play any harder, […]

Steelers to wear patch commemorating first championship

By Mike Florio

It took the Steelers 42 years to win an NFL championship. It’s been 40 years since that happened. The Steelers have announced that the team will wear a patch to commemorate the victory in Super Bowl IX by wearing a patch against the Saints on Sunday, November 30. The Steelers won […]

Report: U.S. Bank could get naming rights to Vikings’ new stadium

By Mike Florio

In Dallas, the Cowboys spent several years in their new stadium before selling the naming rights. In Los Angeles, a venue that has yet to be built — and likely never will be — has had naming rights sold for several years. In Minnesota, a middle ground between those two extremes […]