The NFL draft concluded Saturday with the Vikings making 15 picks and acquiring a pair of picks in next year's draft. Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan joined me on WJON today. He thought the Vikings did a good job getting value throughout the draft.
The Vikings selected Boise State left tackle Ezra Cleveland with the 58th overall pick in the 2nd round before taking Mississippi State cornerback Cameron Dantzler with the 89th overall pick in the 3rd round.
The Vikings have a pair of first round picks in tomorrow night's NFL draft. Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan joined me on WJON today. He says the Vikings will likely take a cornerback with either pick #22 or #25 and they could trade down with the other pick.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting that former Viking quarterback Tarvaris Jackson died in a car crash Sunday night in Alabama. He was 36-years old. Jackson was drafted in the 2nd round of the 2006 NFL draft by the Vikings and played 10 years in the NFL including his first 5 with the Vik…
The Vikings during the Rick Spielman/Mike Zimmer regime have had some tendencies during the NFL draft. Mike Zimmer has a specific type of defensive that he liked and Rick Spielman has a type of receiver he's had success with.
Minnesota has had many great and not so great coaches in its history. Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan joined me on WJON today. Bud Grant and Tom Kelly stand above the rest but there are many others who carved out a good career and lots of success like Clem Haskins, Ron Gardenhire, Flip Sa…
Kearse and Alexander join Linval Joseph, Stephen Weatherly and Trae Waynes as players who have already left for new teams during the early part of free agency, while Xavier Rhodes and Josh Kline have been released.
This would have been the start of the March Madness tournament had it not been canceled due to COVID-19. Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan thinks just because a team finished with the best record in the regular season, doesn't mean they should get the NCAA title this year.