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how good he will be is anybody's quess,retire Randy Moss number and AP's number and Randle McDaniel number the Vikings have a chance to be really good with a few breaks here and there...The Lions look like the team to beat not Green Bay as good as Aaron Rodgers is if he gets hurt Green Bay is in big time trouble

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when AP's playing day's are over then retire no. 28...I don't care what team he play's for he will always be a Vikings

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some Vikings fans were acting like a couple of KNUCLE HEADS against Ponder and his pregnant wife.but she was wrong you don't blame the Vikings nation just because a few people act like a fool...why now? he hasn't been the qb for years and he was a NIGHTMARE thank goodness we had AP back then or it could have been real bad

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Vikings sign Will Sutton

Defensive tackle Will Sutton won’t be with the Bears in 2017, but he may be facing them twice.

Sutton was released by the Bears earlier this month, but his time on the unemployment line has come to an end. The Vikings announced on Wednesday that they have signed Sutton to their 90-man roster.

Sutton was a third-round pick by the Bears in 2014 and played in 36 games over his first three seasons. He started half of those games and recorded 60 tackles while playing on a front that went from a 4-3 to a 3-4 when Vic Fangio was hired as the team’s defensive coordinator after his rookie season.

Sutton will vie for playing time as part of a defensive tackle group that also includes Linval Joseph, Sharrif Floyd, Tom Johnson and 2017 fourth-rounder Jaleel Johnson.

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seems like they got another player to help the D-line a rotation Will Sutton is he better than Toby Johnson cause this move surprised me

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I have a question why isn't Carl Eller number not retried of the famed Purple People Eaters...but Chris Carter is and he was awesome and Carl Eller is not worthy of that honor

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Badd_Man1 wrote:

I have a question why isn't Carl Eller number not retried of the famed Purple People Eaters...but Chris Carter is and he was awesome and Carl Eller is not worthy of that honor


Good question about the number... and why isn't he in the Hall is beyond me too.

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Vikings in the hall of fame Carl ( Moose ) Eller he made it Chris Doleman Chris Carter Jim Finks Bud Grant Paul Krause Randall McDaniel Alan Page John Randle Fran Tarkenton Ron Yary Mick Tingelhoff Gary Zimmerman,now just waiting for Jim Marshall to get in what the hell is taking so long and Joey Browner he was BAD AZZ

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Miami wr Stacy Coley looks like a steal for the Vikings..he's really fast and smooth hope he makes the team,i saw the highlights on Elijah Lee I think he just might have a chance to be on ST maybe he can be a nickel LB

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Vikings coach Mike Zimmer pointed out statistic about when they score 21 points. They're 20-3 in his 3 seasons, including 15-1 in last two.
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That's a hell of a stat. Continue playing aggressive defense and increase the Offensive production to at least 3 scores a game and they might have something.

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and they never can some luv or respect from sports writer's and the talking heads,no matter what goes in packerland they can NEVER I MEAN NEVER do no wrong they are a good team but c'mon it gets a little over the top....statistic for the Vikings is pretty damn impressive

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wow it looks like the Vikings have found there replacement for losing CP..gee this Rodney Adams looks like a slightly smaller CP he's another fast wr

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I'm expecting big things from Diggs too.

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Here's a quick look and some notes on the Vikings roster. They look really impressive on paper right now... maybe they will surprise a few people and teams.

Minnesota Vikings:

OFFENSE (ONE BACK, ONE TE, THREE WRS)

QB: Sam Bradford: He returns as the starter, looking to secure a long-term deal with Teddy Bridgewater's future still uncertain.

RB: Latavius Murray: He'll get the first crack at being the main ball carrier, though Dalvin Cook should have a significant role, as well.

WR: Adam Thielen: The former undrafted free agent was the Vikings' top downfield threat a year ago. No other wideout averaged more than 10 yards per air target, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.

LT: Riley Reiff: A five-year, $58.5 million contract made him the highest-paid tackle in the free-agent market this year. He's a better run blocker than pass protector, but he'll have to handle Bradford's blind side.

LG: Alex Boone: In the second-year of a four-year contract, he'll try to get off to a better start than he did in 2016 with a new tackle next to him.

C: Pat Elflein: The Vikings will keep the third-round pick at center, not guard, meaning he could get a chance to start from the beginning of the year here if he shows he's ready.

RG: Joe Berger: The versatile veteran has started at guard before, and if the Vikings are confident in Elflein, they could move Berger out here again.

RT: Mike Remmers: He's back in Minnesota for his second tour with the Vikings after signing a five-year deal in March.

TE: Kyle Rudolph: Two years after signing his big extension with the Vikings, he was second on the team with 83 catches in 2016.

WR: Stefon Diggs: He caught 84 passes a year ago, and if he can avoid nagging injuries this fall, he could put himself in position for a big contract before he hits free agency in 2019.

WR: Laquon Treadwell: He's here for now after a disappointing rookie season, but he'll have competition from slot receivers such as rookies Rodney Adams and Stacy Coley, as well as Michael Floyd, once his suspension is over.

DEFENSE (PRIMARY FORMATION: 4-3-4)

DE: Everson Griffen: After two Pro Bowls and three impressive seasons, he has proven his worth after signing a five-year, $42.5 million deal in 2014.

DT: Linval Joseph: He has become one of the best run stoppers in the league, and had four sacks early last season, but Mike Zimmer thinks Joseph can be even better as a pass-rusher.

DT: Datone Jones: This could be a group effort, depending on Sharrif Floyd's health, Tom Johnson's fitness at age 33 and Jaleel Johnson's ability to contribute as a rookie.

DE: Danielle Hunter: The Vikings will give Hunter a big chunk of the playing time after a 12½-sack season; Brian Robison is back at age 34, but it could be time for Hunter to ascend as the starter.

LB: Kentrell Brothers: The second-year linebacker, who stood out on special teams last year, will battle Emmanuel Lamur, Edmond Robinson and Ben Gedeon for a role in the base defense after Chad Greenway's retirement.

MLB: Eric Kendricks: He was a Pro Bowl snub after an impressive second season that featured 109 combined tackles, 2½ sacks and a 77-yard interception return for a touchdown.

LB: Anthony Barr: It's a critical year for the ninth pick in 2014. The Vikings picked up his fifth-year option, but he'll have to be more consistent if he wants to return at the $12.3 million figure.

CB: Xavier Rhodes: He's the next Vikings defender in line for a major payday after a five-interception season took him to his first Pro Bowl.

FS: Harrison Smith: At age 28, he's in the prime of a stellar career. He has been to two Pro Bowls, returned four of his 12 career interceptions for TDs and posted 7½ sacks.

SS: Andrew Sendejo: The Vikings haven't found a reliable young option here, so it's another year with the steady, if unspectacular Sendejo, who turns 30 just before the start of the season.

CB: Trae Waynes: Can he take the starting job from 39-year-old Terence Newman? The 11th overall pick in the 2015 draft will need to prove himself this year, with a decision on his fifth-year option looming next spring.

SPECIAL TEAMS

K: Kai Forbath: Signed last year to replace Blair Walsh, he'll get competition from Marshall Koehn, and will need to have a solid showing in training camp and the preseason.

P: Ryan Quigley: Taylor Symmank flashed a big leg during the Vikings' rookie camp last week, and could push the former Jets and Cardinals punter for the right to succeed Jeff Locke.

KR: Rodney Adams: The rookie will get a chance to replace Cordarrelle Patterson after his departure in free agency. Adams had a 24.8 yard return average and one kick return TD at South Florida.

PR: Marcus Sherels: The former undrafted free agent just keeps going. He turns 30 in September, and is preparing for his eighth NFL season after leading the league with two punt return TDs last year. (ESPN)

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"As the Vikings begin OTA practices, coach Zimmer will be taking time away from the team to dedicate to recovering from eye surgery and restoring his health," general manager Rick Spielman wrote in a statement. "We all agree Mike's health is the priority and we believe rest and recovery are in his best interest for the long term. We anticipate Mike back on the field in a few weeks."

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