Following the Vikings' nauseating win over the lowly Lions at US Bank Stadium on Sunday, Fox cameras appeared to catch Kirk Cousins and Mike Zimmer in a heated moment on the sideline.
Well that was... weird. I guess you could see it two ways:
One, Cousins was just fired up that the team got the win and took it a little too far, prompting Zimmer's less-than-enthusiastic reaction...
The Vikings have agreed to sign free agent cornerback Brashaud Breeland over the weekend. The 29-year old started 32 games over 2 seasons including 6 postseason games for the Kansas City Chiefs. Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan says this is a significant signing he expects the pecking order at cornerback to start with Cam Dantzler, Breeland, Mackensie Alexander, Jeff Gladney, Patrick Peterson and Tye Smith.
The Minnesota Wild host Vegas tonight at 7:00, pregame on AM 1390/93.9 FM Granite Ctiy at 6:45. Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan joined me on WJON today. He says rookie Kirill Kaprizov could be a top 10 player in the NHL. Souhan says Kaprizov could score even more goals than he is already as he matures as a player.
Two players with connections to Minnesota were selected in the first round of the NFL Draft Thursday night. The second and third rounds are set for Friday night, while rounds four through seven will be held on Saturday.
The first round of the NFL draft is tonight starting at 7 p.m. Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan joined me on WJON today. He says we think the Vikings want one of the top left tackles but that may not be the case. Souhan says it is possible that the Vikings could be looking at an edge rusher or cornerback.
Former Becker football player Dillon Radunz is projected to be selected as early as the first of the NFL Draft, which begins Thursday night. Radunz is an offensive lineman who played left tackle in high school for the Bulldogs and collegiately at North Dakota State.