The man is the fifth incarcerated person in Minnesota to die from COVID-19.
One man was found sitting on the overturned boat while another man was in the water.
The Vikings receiver looked like a true fan on Sunday afternoon.
A muffed punt and a game-winning touchdown helped defeat the Panthers on Sunday afternoon.
This comes amid repeated ice warnings across the state.
Nearly 100,000 tests were included in Sunday's report.
The ceremony will be live-streamed for the public on Sunday.
The Gophers star receiver has plenty of praise heading into next April.
That brings the total number of cases from this outbreak to 40.
The Vikings welcome Teddy Bridgewater back to U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday.
The officer was able to drive to an emergency room.
As expected, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson -- recovering from an ACL tear -- will start training camp on the “active, but physically unable to perform list” That means he can be activated at any time, but for now can’t take part in practices.
The Minnesota Vikings will hit the practice field Monday afternoon in Mankato for their first practice of training camp with full pads. Defensive end Brian Robison tells the Star Tribune, "You limit yourself with no pads ... but once the pads get on, it's open arsenal. And it's time to prove what you bring."
Adrian Peterson, fresh off the physically unable to perform list, practiced with his teammates Sunday as the Vikings were back in Mankato for training camp. It was the first time he was able to participate with his teammates since tearing his ACL last December. Peterson says he kept his faith and now he's "back in the mix."
Adrian Peterson might be changing the way players return from debilitating ACL injuries. He leads the NFL in rushing, and is even gaining some award winning steam. Former Vikings safety Corey Chavous told KFAN radio on Wednesday that Peterson is the NFL MVP at the midway point of the season.
NFL legend Jerry Rice believes Adrian Peterson is trying to come back from major knee surgery too fast. Rice tore his ACL in week one of the 1997 season, and returned to the field in week 16, only to suffer another knee injury -- and he doesn't want to see the same thing happen to Peterson.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he’s “ready to get hit.” But AP is still on the sidelines, rehabbing his left knee. He won’t play Friday night in the first pre-season game in San Francisco, but head coach Leslie Frazier says Peterson is still on track to play in the season opener.
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