Skip to main content

McNabb, Hutchinson, Jared Allen address team

Vikings leaders Donovan McNabb, Steve Hutchinson, and Jared Allen addressed the entire team and told them not to panic after starting the season 0-2. They told the younger players to avoid pointing fingers and focus on correcting mistakes.
  • Author:
  • Updated:
    Original:

Vikings leaders Donovan McNabb, Steve Hutchinson, and Jared Allen addressed the entire team and told them not to panic after starting the season 0-2. They told the younger players to avoid pointing fingers and focus on correcting mistakes.

Next Up

u.s. attorney's office

St. Paul man sentenced for 2021 robbery spree

Warren Dean, 27, admitted to robbing seven St. Paul businesses in a span of three days.

FSmfYf0WABgrNhI

Stevens County may have been hit the hardest by Thursday storms

The entire county was without power after the storms blew through Thursday evening.

State Patrol

3 killed, 1 critical after trio of crashes in Minnesota Thursday

One person also faces life-threatening injuries in a crash that happened in Olmsted County.

Screen Shot 2022-05-13 at 1.25.08 PM

Mora woman saves pelican caught in fishing line for days

A birthday fishing trip shapes into a heroic tale.

Kelsey Peterson in the documentary, "Move Me."

Doc depicting MN dancer's journey with paralysis debuts at Twin Cities film festival

The film surrounds St. Paul-born Kelsey Peterson, who continues to pursue her passions in dance after being paralyzed from the chest down in 2012.

Milwaukee Ave

Gallery: Rare opportunity to own a home on historic Milwaukee Avenue

All the houses on the avenue front onto a pedestrian mall in south Minneapolis.

US Secretary of Defense COVID vaccine flickr

Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Friday, May 13

The next update will be provided Monday.

storm

Minnesota part of the top 2 hurricane force wind events since 2004

Photo above shows the ominous view in Marshall, Minnesota as a dangerous line of storms approached Thursday afternoon.

Screen Shot 2022-05-13 at 9.24.48 AM

DFL efforts to pass abortion, reproductive health bills blocked in Senate

The push to pass a slate of abortion and healthcare-related bills comes after a leaked Supreme Court opinion draft indicated Roe v Wade will be overturned.

Related

Allen talks McNabb, Hester, and winning

Defensive end Jared Allen isn't ready to give up on the season. He spoke with Bob Sansesevere about whether or not Christian Ponder should play over Donovan McNabb, why Devin Hester keeps killing the Vikings, and how soon the team will win again.

Jared Allen is a new daddy

Vikings defensive end Jared Allen is a new father. His wife gave birth to their first child, a little girl named Brinley Noel Allen. Leslie Frazier says Allen is as "pumped up as you can imagine."

Jared Allen keeps it simple

Jared Allen knows football isn't rocket science. It's so simple in fact that Allen says the Vikings are good when they do their jobs, but bad when they don't. It's also simple getting fired up to the Packers. When the Vikes face Green Bay this Sunday, he says everyone will be trying.

Jared Allen only Viking on all-NFL midseason team

Jared Allen is on Yahoo’s midseason All-NFL team. Allen gets the nod at defensive end, where he’s succeeding despite the Vikings’ 2-6 record. Allen has 13 sacks through 8 games -- and is on pace to break the single-season sacks record.

Jared Allen on Vikings' injury report

Jared Allen's name unexpectedly appeared on the Vikings' first injury report of the week. Allen was limited in practice today with a chest injury. Linebacker E.J. Henderson, defensive back Chris Cook, and punt returner Marcus Sherels were also limited.

Jared Allen is on pace for 27 sacks

Jared Allen's dominance is going unnoticed in the pass-happy NFL. The defensive end leads the league with 8.5 sacks through five games, and he's on pace to break Michael Strahan's single season sack record of 22.5. Allen is on pace to finish with 27 sacks.

Video: Midnight golf, Jared Allen style

Vikings defender Jared Allen plays night golf with Johnny Knoxville of "Jackass" fame.

McNabb: We have a lot of deficiencies

Vikings backup quarterback Donovan McNabb says the team has a lot of deficiencies that need fixing. He also told the Pioneer Press that he's "pissed off" at himself because he could have played a lot better to help the team while he was starting.