Veteran Terence Newman says Mackensie Alexander has upped his game considerably.
by: Arif Hasan — Zone Coverage 12h
Joint practices have invigorated both teams. With the routine of practicing against your own teammates wearing thin, coaches and reporters have found a new form of repetition – "intensity". Some version of this word was used five times in pressers...
by: Phillip Heilman — The Florida Times-Union 14h
EAGAN, Minn. — Whether it's a coverage scheme the offense hasn't seen or a blitz package it has yet to pick up, Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles assumes there will be something unfamiliar coming from the Minnesota Vikings' defense during Saturday's...
by: Lorin Cox — USA Today: Vikings Wire 17 Aug
It didn’t take long for rookie cornerback Mike Hughes to impress a veteran like Terence Newman. He’s seen a lot of young players come and go over his 15 seasons in the NFL, and Newman i…
by: Sam Ekstrom — Zone Coverage 16 Aug
Coming one game away from the Super Bowl stings. The 2017 Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars are the latest members of that fraternity, and as they meet this week for a pair of joint practices, it's easy to see other commonalities between the two.
by: Joe Oberle — PurplePTSD 16 Aug
For preseason game number 2, the Vikings got in some decent preparation beforehand. That should ratchet up interest in the actual game. I thought it was a good idea.
by: Chris Schad — Fansided: The Viking Age 16 Aug
The Minnesota Vikings rookie cornerback is drawing rave reviews out of a staff that usually doesn't mince words. When the Minnesota Vikings were on the clo...
by: Chad Graff — The Athletic 16 Aug
With coaches raving about the first-round pick's early play, Mike Hughes is seeing more opportunities in practice.
by: Jay Johnson — USA Today: Jaguars Wire 16 Aug
The Jacksonville Jaguars took the field Wednesday afternoon for their first joint practice session of the year with the Minnesota Vikings at their state-of-the-art facility in Eagan, Minn. And thou…
by: Andrew Krammer — Star Tribune 16 Aug
Harrison Smith, the Vikings' first-team All-Pro safety, dropped two would-be INTs Wednesday. He then dropped for 20 pushups during the two-hour practice by direction of defensive backs coach Jerry Gray.
by: Lindsey Young — NFL: Minnesota Vikings 16 Aug
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by: Chris Tomasson — Pioneer Press 16 Aug
Jacksonville Pro Bowl linebacker Telvin Smith zeroed in on Vikings running back Latavius Murray following a catch Wednesday and looked primed to deliver a highlight-reel hit. Suddenly, Smith held u…