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All the Vikings News on Twitter: September 27


Sep 11, 2022; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Vikings offensive tackle Brian O’Neill. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports.

The following is news applicable to the Minnesota Vikings on September 27, 2022 — via tweet. This is updated throughout the day.

Here’s Paul Allen’s call of the game-winning touchdown. K.J. Osborn likes to hear the voice of the Vikings.

The Vikings signed tight end Jacob Hollister to the practice squad. Nick Muse is also on the practice squad. Irv Smith, Ben Ellefson, and Nick Muse are on the active roster.

This is how the field in London is getting prepared for the Vikings game next Sunday. The soccer grass is getting removed and turf is installed.

The Vikings also played the first ever NFL game in London. It was a preseason game in 1983.

VikeFans has highlights from the last Vikings game in London as well. Adam Thielen had an iconic celebration.

Good news from Andrew Booth. The rookie is expected to return to practice this week.

Right tackle Brian O’Neill has been elite so far. The 2021 Pro Bowler is one of the best offensive tackles in the game and his pass protection is phenomenal.

Center Garrett Bradbury is also playing a terrific campaign despite already facing Kenny Clark and Fletcher Cox.

Rookie cornerback Akayleb Evans is excited to travel to London. It’s his first trip outside of the United States.

Janik Eckardt is a football fan who likes numbers and stats. The Vikings became his favorite team despite their quarterback at the time, Christian Ponder. He is a walking soccer encyclopedia, loves watching sitcoms, and Classic rock is his music genre of choice. Follow him on Twitter if you like the Vikings: @JanikEckardt

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