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All the Vikings News on Twitter: September 28

Sep 25, 2022; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports.

The following is news applicable to the Minnesota Vikings on September 28, 2022 — via tweet. This is updated throughout the day.

On wide-open Wednesday, we all hope that the Vikings’ wideouts will once again be open on Sunday. His 50 touchdowns rank him fourth in Vikings’ history, behind only Cris Carter, Randy Moss, and Anthony Carter.

Former Vikings QB Tommy Kramer returned to Minnesota in 1990 as a member of the Saints. It didn’t end well for him.

Kirk Cousins is excited to travel to London. He threw for 458 yards in his last game in London when he still played in Washington.

The first Vikings’ injury report of the week has some big names on it but the full participants are encouraging. It’s too early to tell if the four players that didn’t practice are available on Sunday.

Kirk Cousins seems to be a big deal overseas.

Pete Bercich and Kevin O’Connell break down a defensive play from the Vikings’ win over the Detroit Lions.

They also reviewed the game-winning touchdown from K.J. Osborn.

Dalvin Cook exited Sunday’s game with a shoulder injury. His status for the game against the Saints is up in the air.

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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