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Over the weekend, Vikings receiver Charles Johnson was one of 300 strangers who came together to brighten a little girl's birthday.
ESPN NFL Insider Dan Graziano discusses Adrian Peterson's absence from the start of the Vikings' offseason workout program.
The NFL will announce its 2015 schedule at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday. Here's a look at the home and away opponents for all 32 teams.
Adrian Peterson did not attend the start of the Vikings' offseason workout program Monday, league sources told ESPN, although his absence at this stage of the offseason was not a surprise.
Adrian Peterson is not expected at the Vikings' workouts on Monday, but he has rarely attended the team's early offseason workouts in the past.
The Vikings don't seem like they'll deal Adrian Peterson unless they get their price, which likely will start with a second-round pick.
Twitter mailbag: A scenario in which the Minnesota Vikings are willing to bet on their own ability to develop Randy Gregory is plausible.
At pick No. 228, we're removed from the main pipeline of quality NFL players. But there have been a few who have managed to hang around the NFL.
ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has the Minnesota Vikings taking Trae Waynes and Dorial Green-Beckham in his 'Grade A' mock draft.
The Vikings say they look forward to Adrian Peterson rejoining the team now that's he's been reinstated. So, what happens next?
ESPN Vikings reporter Ben Goessling discusses the NFL's reinstating RB Adrian Peterson effective Friday and whether he has a future in Minnesota.
ESPN NFL Insider Dan Graziano discusses why there is not additional punishment for Adrian Peterson and how likely it is that he stays in Minnesota.
Adam Schefter reacts to the news that Vikings RB Adrian Peterson will be reinstated effective Friday.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been reinstated, effective Friday, and can fully participate in all team activities, the NFL announced Thursday.
Mel Kiper Jr. plays GM for all 32 NFL teams, making his optimal picks for the first three rounds of the 2015 NFL draft -- 99 picks in total.