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All the Vikings News: September 9


Nov 1, 2020; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA; Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (33) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown against the Green Bay Packers in the first quarter during the game at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

The following is news applicable to the Minnesota Vikings on September 9, 2022 — via tweet. This is updated throughout the day.

Kickoff is coming closer.

Hopefully, the Vikings players hate cheese just as much as John Randle.

Speaking of John Randle.

Flashback Friday. Dalvin Cook doing the ‘Lambeau Leap’ after scoring one of his four touchdowns in an empty Lambeau Field in 2020.

It’s great to see the Vikings having fun.

Great news from Alexander Mattison who missed practice on Thursday and Friday because of a ‘personal matter.’

The latest Vikings riddle.

Free agent Ndamukong Suh is teasing fans. Can the Vikings land him?

Do you remember the former mascot?

Luke Braun finished his history documentary. It’s a must-watch for all Vikings fans.

Are we going to see Adrian Peterson in the NFL again?

Cris Carter made his pick.

Two Vikings are on the injury report.

Meanwhile, three Packers are listed.


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

Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports





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