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Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Norv Turner said today that Mike Wallace "has played a lot better in the last two years than people give him credit for." If Wallace has one of his typical years -- 65 catches and nine or 10 TDs -- Turner said the receiver will "make a great contribution to our team."

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Injuries keep Vikings' offensive line in flux

When the Vikings began preparations for the 2015 season, they initially figured their major change on the offensive line would come on the left side.

Efficient QB play in preseason (1:01)
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Vikings must improve across the board

Minnesota has work to do in all three phases of the game, according to ESPN's first-ever NFL Football Power Index. Where do the Vikings rank? Inaugural NFL FPI

Berry, Yates believe Peterson is top fantasy player (1:43)

Last chance for a few Vikings

Minnesota's Monday practice could be a few players' last shot at staying on the team. The Vikings must make three roster moves before Tuesday afternoon to get down to the 75-man limit. Who could be on the bubble? Monday NFL storylines

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Tight end Brandon Bostick, who gained notoriety for his bobbled onside kick in the NFC Championship Game, was released by the Vikings on Sunday. Bostick had caught one pass for four yards in the Vikings' four preseason games.

Vikings cut Brandon Bostick

The Vikes released the TE in their first round of cuts today to get down to 75 players before Tuesday's deadline, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. Bostick was claimed off waivers in February after he was cut by the Packers.

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Source: Vikes cut Bostick, NFC title game goat

The Minneosta Vikings have cut tight end Brandon Bostick, according to a source. Bostick is best remembered for his gaffe in the 2015 NFC title game while a member of the Green Bay Packers.

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

The Vikings are a trendy playoff pick, and they haven't exactly shied away from big expectations. On Saturday night, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater spelled it out. "We all hear Coach (Mike) Zimmer talk about bringing Minnesota its first Super Bowl," he said. "Why can't it be us?"

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