If the Vikings are going to turn this thing around offensively, QB Brett Favre and his receivers are going to have to be the ones to fix the problem.
The Vikings got good news on Monday when an MRI revealed that there was no structural damage to the bruised hip of WR Percy Harvin.
Vikings WR Percy Harvin will undergo an MRI on his injured hip on Monday, which could lead to more speculation that the team would entertain a trade for Charger WR Vincent Jackson.
A hip injury kept Vikings WR Percy Harvin out of practice Thursday, further clouding the team's thin WR corps ahead of Sunday's home game against Miami.
Minnesota may have to rely more heavily on RB Adrian Peterson because their passing game is likely to struggle early in the season. Peterson appears eager for a bigger workload, but we hear the coaches may be reluctant to grant ...
It became clear after the first half against the Saints that the Vikings had one go-to receiver: TE Visanthe Shiancoe. They must find others with Sidney Rice out.
With Vikings WR Sidney Rice expected to miss half of the season following hip surgery last week, the team placed him on the reserve/physically-unable-to-perform list Tuesday. As a result, Rice won't be eligible to return to the team ...
We hear there is more than one Vikings employee who is upset about the timing of WR Sidney Rice's hip surgery, which likely will keep Rice out until November.
Vikings WR Percy Harvin returned to practice Wednesday, six days after being taken away in an ambulance when he collapsed because of a severe migraine.
Vikings WR Sidney Rice underwent hip surgery on Monday and is expected to miss the first half of the 2010 season.
Brandon Jones, cut by the 49ers earlier in the week, and ex-Raider Javon Walker both came to the Vikings' practice field in Eden Prairie, Minn., on Friday, but after working out for the team, both left without contracts.
Now that Brett Favre has given the word that he'll be playing this season, the Vikings must make sure that their talented pass catchers are up to full speed.
Vikings WR Percy Harvin is watching practice from the sideline Friday, just one day after collapsing and spending the night in the hospital.
Percy Harvin collapsed due to a severe migraine while watching the Vikings practice Thursday and was taken away in an ambulance.
Last year's Offensive Rookie of the Year Percy Harvin has returned to Vikings training camp for the first time in over two weeks.