Wednesday Dec 4
Chris Cook says he's appealing $26,000 fine for contacting official
Chip Scoggins is a Star Tribune sports columnist. He has temporarily returned to cover the Minnesota Vikings.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Christianity, Politics, Sports and Me
Character matters.....until it doesn't
With a victory over the Chicago Bears this past Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings now have as many wins this season as they do player arrests - three.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Vikings defense settles down after Cook's ejection
Chicago wide receiver Alshon Jeffery grabbed a 46-yard touchdown pass over Vikings cornerback Chris Cook , who was then ejected for contact with an official.
Minnesota Vikings Now Have More Player Arrests Than Wins on the Season
The Minnesota Vikings' season hasn't exactly gone the way they originally planned.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Vikings' roster getting closer to full strength
Three weeks ago, the Vikings couldn't round up enough able bodies to fill out the allowed 46-man roster for a game.
Villaume: Vikings' Fans Divided
Louis Villaume, a lifelong Minnesotan, has been a Vikings fan since the late 1960s.
Bears vs. Vikings: Behind Enemy Lines with Minnesota Columnist Mike Nelson
With the Detroit Lions thumping the Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving Day, the Chicago Bears need to top the Minnesota Vikings to keep pace in the NFC North.
The Baltimore Sun
Erin Henderson (Aberdeen, Maryland) the latest Viking arrested
As if a 2-8-1 record that includes four blown leads in the final minute weren't enough, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier spent the day before Thanksgiving being confronted by reporters about a third player arrest in the past three weeks.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Updates on Erin Henderson's DWI, Arrest and Reported Lawsuit Against State
Minnesota Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson, who was arrested last week on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, is suing the state of Minnesota's Department of Public Safety in an attempt to keep his driver's license from getting revoked.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
A.J. Jefferson charged with felony assault
The Vikings no-good-very-bad day continued this afternoon as Hennepin County authorities announced that since-released cornerback A.J. Jefferson has been charged with felony domestic assault by strangulation.
Rick Spielman reacts to Vikings having more players arrested this month than wins all season
News of Erin Henderson's arrest means we now know of three Vikings who have been arrested so far this month alone.
Vikings' Erin Henderson suing state over 6 a.m. DWI arrest
At 5:54 a.m. on November 19, Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson was pulled over in Eden Prairie and arrested on suspicion of DWI.
NFL Week 12 Ten keen observations
2) In the wake of his arrest for domestic abuse, Vikings have released CB A.J. Jefferson .
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Vikings claim Mike Remmers off waivers
With the release of cornerback A.J. Jefferson on Monday due to an arrest regarding a domestic violence incident , the Minnesota Vikings had an open roster spot to fill.
Vikings lament another lost late lead
The Minnesota Vikings have little left to play for, with a fan base largely focused on positioning for next year's draft.
Vikings' A.J. Jefferson arrested for domestic assault
Defensive back A.J. Jefferson was booked into the Hennepin County Jail just before 7 a.m. Monday on a charge of domestic assault.
The Daily Norseman
A.J. Jefferson Arrested, Released
That's, uh, actually Jefferson down on the ground. The guy in purple is obviously not him.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Minnesota Vikings lose 3 players to injury against Packers
Minnesota had listed running back Adrian Peterson, defensive end Brian Robison, center John Sullivan, linebacker Michael Mauti and wide receiver Greg Jennings as questionable for Sunday's game at Green Bay.
Rapid Reaction: Minnesota Vikings
What it means: Well, it's hard to say. On one hand, the Vikings broke their four-game losing streak at Lambeau Field, and have to be encouraged by many of the things Christian Ponder did on Sunday.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Minnesota Vikings: Issues heading into week 12
The Minnesota Vikings have concerns stemming beyond the quarterback position. In Sunday's 41-20 loss to the Seahawks the Vikings kept up until the end of the 1st half when they allowed the Seahawks to set the lead at 11 before heading to the locker room.