The Vikings are one of four teams in the NFL with an 0-4 record. If Minnesota is lucky/unlucky enough to wind up with the No. 1 pick in next year's NFL Draft, they will likely select Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck. Fortunately, the draft is seven months away...
Eden Prairie 19-year-old killed in crash near Valleyfair is ID'd
Alcohol is believed to be a factor in this crash, involving a 26-year-old driver from Hopkins.
Man pleads guilty for threatening to kill Hennepin County employees
Peter Robert Berry has a criminal history dating back to the 1970s, according to court records.
Fourth person sentenced for murder of Minneapolis realtor
Lyndon Wiggins is the fourth person that has been sentenced in the kidnapping and killing of Monique Baugh.
Paraglider airlifted to hospital after winds cause crash
Winds impacted the paraglider's ascent.
Woman, 29, dies in two-vehicle crash south of Mora
The crash occurred in Brunswick Township just after 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Man turns self in after attempted kidnapping at McDonald's
Police said the suspect turned himself in due to pressure from concerned citizens.
After 19 years, Jason DeRusha signs off at WCCO-TV
"In some ways this is not good-bye," he said.
Severe storms possible next two nights in Minnesota
The better chance for severe weather is Friday night.
Standoff in St. Michael ends with suspect shot, airlifted
The two-day standoff ended at some point Wednesday evening.
Did Ponder do enough to stop the Andrew Luck talk?
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is the prized possession of next year's NFL Draft. The Vikings, with only one win, might be in the mix for the No. 1 overall pick. But did Christian Ponder do enough to make fans want him more than Luck?
Is Ponder out of Luck?
Fox Sports North's Bob Sansevere says if the Vikings lose out and earn the first overall pick in April's NFL draft they should take quarterback Andrew Luck. The Stanford stud is the consensus top-pick and would likely usurp Christian Ponder if he were drafted by Minnesota.
Lynx could win No. 1 overall pick
It may seem unfair, but the WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx have the second best chance to win the No. 1 pick in the WNBA Draft. The lottery will be held November 10, and Minnesota has a 27.7% chance to take home top pick, all because of a trade and a little luck.
Indianapolis preps for Luck's home debut against Vikings
As Indianapolis Colts fans prepare for the home game debut of the NFL's No. 1 draft choice, Andrew Luck, against the Vikings Sunday, the purple's league-leading quarterback sacker from last year has a strategy in place. "You've got to hit him," Jared Allen says, and not let him "get into a rhythm."
Vikings 'more than willing' to listen to offers for No. 3 pick
The Vikings have the third overall pick in the NFL draft this year, but that doesn’t mean they’ll keep it. Vikings GM Rick Spielman says he’ll be very busy on draft day, telling the NFL Network that if someone wants to “come up and get our pick, we’re going to be more than willing to listen.”
Vikings closer to getting top pick
With Indianapolis’ surprise win over Houston, the Vikings are one step closer to getting the top draft pick next year’s NFL draft. The Pioneer Press reports that If the Vikings lose their last two games, they are nearly assured to get first pick in the draft. The number one pick is widely expected to be Standford quarterback Andrew Luck.
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