Posts Tagged ‘NL Football’

Vikings WR Thielen aligns Minnesota stars for coronavirus relief fundraiser

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Vikings Pro Bowl wide receiver Adam Thielen headlined a daylong fundraiser Thursday via local radio station KFAN to raise money for organizations helping support the medical and practical needs of Minnesotans battling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thielen donated $100,000 through the Thielen Foundation and aligned sports and entertainment dignitaries for a virtual radiothon. Thielen partnered with State Farm, Adidas and Choice Bank, among others, in Thursday's effort.

Dalvin Cook: ‘Look for the Vikings to still be contenders’

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Cook was on ESPN’s “First Take” on Tuesday and addressed the Diggs trade in a realistic way, but also gave fans a reason to be optimistic about 2020. Via ESPN’s Courtney Cronin: The Vikings certainly have the talent to compete, especially when seven teams will make the playoffs from each conference. But GM Rick Spielman has plenty of work to do.

Vikings Players Discover Talented Artist with Special Connection to Team

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

"I wanted to have something that could be really flexible and something that I could essentially take with me wherever we went," she said. I knew it would be an adjustment because I was coming from a 9-5, I was making my own salary and my own money, and I was feeling really proud about being independent. "It was kind of a life switch to then start working for myself and not having as regimented of a schedule," Carson continued.

Rumor has Cesar Ruiz gone in the teens, My take: 8-10 OL are going to go in the 1st round

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Last year, the Minnesota Vikings chose center Garrett Bradbury with the 18th overall selection. That's relatively high for the position since the top prospect usually lands somewhere between pick Nos. or even in the second round.

Vikings WR Adam Thielen on giving back during pandemic, unique offseason, Stefon Diggs trade, and more

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen has already donated $100,000 to local COVID-19 relief efforts through the Adam Thielen Foundation. Next up is Thursday's radiothon where he'll help raise even more money for those in need. If you can't listen to the VIkings' flagship radio station (100.3 FM), donations will also be accepted via the foundation's website.

Vikings WR Adam Thielen on giving back during pandemic, unique offseason, Stefon Diggs trade, and more

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen has already donated $100,000 to local COVID-19 relief efforts through the Adam Thielen Foundation. Next up is Thursday's radiothon where he'll help raise even more money for those in need. If you can't listen to the VIkings' flagship radio station (100.3 FM), donations will also be accepted via the foundation's website.

Replay- Best Minnesota clutch sports performance Virtual Happy Hour draft

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Kirby Puckett's Game 6 winning home run in the 1991 World Series. Brian Stensaas, sports web editor and golf writer). Kevin Garnett's Game 7 performance vs. the Kings in the 2004 NBA playoffs.

Lunchbreak: Randy Moss Tabbed by ESPN as Vikings ‘Small-School Stud’

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

For the Vikings, Courtney Cronin highlighted Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss, who played at Marshall University before Minnesota drafted him 21st overall in 1998. Cronin wrote: By way of Notre Dame and Florida State, the Hall of Fame wide receiver's collegiate career truly began at Marshall in 1996. He was a Heisman Trophy finalist in 1997 and was a first-round draft pick by the Vikings in 1998.

Lunchbreak: Randy Moss Tabbed by ESPN as Vikings ‘Small-School Stud’

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

For the Vikings, Courtney Cronin highlighted Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss, who played at Marshall University before Minnesota drafted him 21st overall in 1998. Cronin wrote: By way of Notre Dame and Florida State, the Hall of Fame wide receiver's collegiate career truly began at Marshall in 1996. He was a Heisman Trophy finalist in 1997 and was a first-round draft pick by the Vikings in 1998.

NFL Throwback: Most memorable NFL draft drops since 1998

Tuesday, April 7th, 2020

Take a look at some of the biggest players to fall in the draft over the last 20 years.