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7 players the Vikings must move on from in 2016

The Minnesota Vikings need to revamp their roster this offseason. In order to bring in fresh talent, they need to first part ways with the players who have grown stale.There are a couple players who might get cut for the cap savings. The other players on this list have contracts expiring this spring and may not be back in Minnesota for the 2016 season.The Vikings must move on from...
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WATCH: Robison rags on Blanton for getting caught by 'guy wearing 66'

In the fourth quarter of 49-17 win over the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday night, Minnesota Vikings safety Robert Blanton handled an onside kick cleanly and squirted through the coverage. It looked like a sure touchdown, but he was tracked down inside the 20-yard line.The player who brought Blanton down from behind was last-string defensive end Brad Bars, who wears No. 66 for the...
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December 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Seahawks’ reporter admits error, illustrates limitations of fan/media play analysis

It’s rare to see a media member own up to being wrong, but 710 ESPN Seattle’s Danny O’Neil did just that this week in a fascinating piece. O’Neil (seen at left above) admitted that his Twitter criticism of Seahawks’ guard Justin Britt for a supposed missed block in the team’s 38-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings Sunday was incorrect, as it turns out Britt had a different...
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December 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Vikings Brian Robison Ruins Great Sack With Stupid Penalty

The Vikings are in contention for the division and a have a good shot at making the playoffs if they don't, but if they are going to do it they have to stop doing stupid stuff like Brian Robison did on one play against the Seahawks Sunday. After making a nice sack on Russell Wilson he decided to hold on to Wilson's leg and give it a little pull. What he was trying to do or thought...
Via FatManWriting
December 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Brian Robison Injured His Pectoral. How He Do Dat?!

Brian Robison, Minnesota Vikings DE who has been with the team his entire 9 year career, has suffered a pectoral injury while working out at the Vikings training facility Winter Park this week. Pectoral injuries are kind of nasty things, things which have sidelined several Vikings players in recent history, including Phil Loadholt and Brandon Fusco last season. There’s not a lot...
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May 15, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Minnesota Vikings DE Brian Robison Ups the Ante With 42" Single Leg Box Jump

From time to time videos of some of our favorite athletes doing things that the average person can only dream about doing. One of the more popular is the box jump. Numerous athletes have posted videos online over the years. J.J. Watt recently tried to best his 59.5" jump with a 61" jump, but failed to make it and appeared to crush his spotter in the process.What we haven't seen though...
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March 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Vikings defensive end Brian Robison cuts off long hair for Locks of Love (photo)

Minnesota Vikings defensive end Brian Robison underwent a radical transformation as it relates to his appearance on Monday, going under the scissors and getting his long hair cut off. “Tomorrows agenda…….. Send this to lockslove …. That’s right its gone,” Robison wrote regarding the below Instagram post, revealing that he would be donating all that...Read More The post...
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December 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Minnesota Vikings camp preview: defensive line

The defensive line was pretty below average last season, with just Brian Robison and Everson Griffin playing well enough for positive grades by Pro Football Focus. The line was poor against the pass and miserable against the run. Enter new head coach Mike Zimmer, who had excelled with the Cincinnati Bengals. Zimmer was especially good at wringing every last bit of productivity out...
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July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Minnesota Vikings defensive end Brian Robison named top-20 in NFL

When cover32 released its list of the top 10 defensive ends in the NFL today, there were some people angry about their favorite team’s top pass rusher not making the list. It made for a bit of spirited debate in the “Comments” section below the article. And it also begged another question: How close was Mr. Irate Fan’s DE to making the list? To provide an answer, the editors...
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July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Brian Robison and Jerome Felton Are Having a Fish-Off

For whatever reason, Brian Robison and Jerome Felton have been having an off-season Twitter battle. It all started early in free agency where Felton started commenting about all the defensive players who had received contracts for the Vikings, as the team rightfully understood that they needed to beef up that side of the ball. In doing so, he drew the attention of defensive end...
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March 27, 2014  |  Discuss

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