Teams are increasingly relying on nickel cornerbacks and Captain Munnerlyn is hoping the Vikings value the position enough to bring him back.
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Darrell Hazell, the Vikings' new receivers coach, is new to the NFL but has coached some top receivers during a three-decade college coaching career.
Minnesota needs plenty of help on its offensive line, and tackle Andrew Whitworth would be a solid start.
Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer
Darrell Hazell, the former Purdue head coach who will be the Vikings' new wide receivers coach, had no previous connection to anyone on the coaching staff, offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur said. As the Vikings were interviewing candidates, however, Hazell's credentials as a teacher helped him stick out. Before working as the head coach at Purdue and Kent State, Hazell had coached receivers like Santonio Holmes and Ted Ginn at Ohio State.
Adrian Peterson is still under contract to the Vikings, but he certainly seems to have shown some interest in playing for the Giants.
Cordarrelle Patterson made strides in his contract year, but it's another thing to expect him to make a Ty Montgomery-level impact as a running back.
That $18 million cap hit has some of our Insiders thinking Peterson's time with the Vikings could come to an end. Might the Giants, Packers or Lions make a run at him?
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Minnesota native Adam Thielen has made his mark with the Vikings. He was their leading receiver in 2016, and soon he'll be a restricted free agent.
Temperatures expected to be in the mid-50s this weekend have led the Vikings to cancel an ice fishing contest set for Saturday afternoon.
A number of teams could find room for running back Adrian Peterson if he can't work out a deal to stay in Minnesota. Could he land with a contender?
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Up until this tumultuous season that saw them scramble to replace Teddy Bridgewater and switch offensive coordinators mid-season, the Vikings were among the NFL's best for roster continuity.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid says Brad Childress is "a natural fit."
The Vikings still are feeling reverberations from Teddy Bridgewater's knee injury, which will impact their offseason moves.
The Vikings will have a decision to make on Adam Thielen, who's a restricted free agent, but they'll likely push to keep him, which means Wright could again find himself on the outside looking in.
The clock is ticking, but would the Vikings be able to work out a reduced deal with their franchise superstar?
For the second straight offseason, the O-line will be the Vikings' priority -- only this time, the mission can't be characterized as just an upgrade.
The Vikings announced that season-ticket prices won't rise, citing their appreciation to fans for enduring outdoor games during the 2014-15 seasons.
With the Vikings unlikely to pick up Adrian Peterson's $18M option, they could offer a deal that with incentives would keep him among the top-paid RBs.
The Vikings freed up some room under the salary cap by releasing offensive linemen Brandon Fusco and Mike Harris.
Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer
The Vikings announced they released guards Brandon Fusco and Mike Harris, beginning the makeover of an offensive line that struggled last season. Fusco, who signed a contract extension before the 2014 season, tore a pectoral muscle that year and had struggled since. The Vikings will recoup $3.2 million in cap space after Fusco's release. Harris, who did not play last year because of illness, had uncertain prospects for resuming his NFL career.