Are you in the market for a fairly priced home from an under-the-radar NFL player? Then look no further than the townhouse of Minnesota Vikings right tackle Phil Loadholt.
Unfortunately, the fact that Loadholt owns the place is the most exciting feature of the house. To say it’s basic (in terms of athlete homes), would be an understatement. There’s just way too much carpet...
Yesterday we reported that starting right tackle Phil Loadholt would miss the rest of the season for the Minnesota Vikings thanks to a torn pec. Today the Vikings made a move to fill the hole left by Loadholt.
According to J’Marcus Webb, he’s back with the Vikings:
I'm a Viking! Camera Gyrl, let's ride or die! Everyone else—-move out the way!!! Go Vikings! http://t.co/4j4vRVTN0E...
According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the Minnesota Vikings have lost right tackle Phil Loadholt for the rest of the season to a torn pec:
#Vikings RT Phil Loadholt has torn his pec, source says, and will require surgery. His season is over.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 24, 2014
It’s a hard blow for the Vikings’ front five.
For the season Loadholt is rated...
The Minnesota Vikings' offensive line suffered another big blow on Monday.
Minnesota discovered that right tackle Phil Loadholt, who has only missed two games in his six-year NFL career, will have season-ending surgery to repair a torn pectoral.
"I think Phil is a great person," Vikings' coach Mike Zimmer said Monday. "He's very conscientious, works hard, he's got a great heart....
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) Minnesota Vikings right tackle Phil Loadholt will miss the rest of the season with a torn pectoral muscle.
Coach Mike Zimmer made the announcement Monday, one day after Loadholt was injured late in a 24-21 loss to the Green Bay Packers. It's the same injury that right guard Brandon Fusco suffered in Week 3 that ended his season.
Loadholt has been inconsistent...
Via AP on Fox
November 24, 2014
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media is reporting that starting RT Phil Loadholt is out for the remainder of the 2014 season after he suffered a torn pectoral muscle during Sunday’s loss to the Packers.
Rapoport adds that Loadholt’s injury will require season-ending surgery.
Loadholt, 28, in in the second year of his four-year, $25 million contract that included $7 million guaranteed...
The Minnesota Vikings stayed perfect on the preseason with a 30-12 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday night, but after the game an injury to one of their starting offensive lineman remained a bit of a concern. Right tackle Phil Loadholt briefly left the game with a lower leg injury, and even though he was able to return to the game after missing just one series he still...
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When Phil Loadholt signed his extension with the Vikings in 2013, it was at the time the highest average salary ever negotiated by a right tackle. Only Doug Free, who had negotiated his contract as a left tackle before being moved to the right by the selection of Tyron Smith in the 2011 draft, carried a higher average salary on the right side of the offensive line—and he had since...