2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
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2dDon Van Natta Jr. and Seth Wickersham

Inside the dual legacies of the NFL's union boss

Last year's CBA should have been a defining moment for DeMaurice Smith and the labor force of America's most popular sport. Instead, some players -- and some owners -- have come to see Smith as an asset to management.

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17dCourtney Cronin

Sources: Vikings promote Klint Kubiak to OC job

The Vikings are promoting Klint Kubiak to offensive coordinator, following the retirement of his father, Gary Kubiak, sources confirmed to ESPN.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Vikings promoted Ryan Ficken to special teams coordinator entering his 15th season with Minnesota. Ficken was previously the assistant special teams coach from 2013-20 under both Mike Priefer and Marwan Maalouf and has also coached WRs and RBs. Josh Hingst was hired as the team's strength and conditioning coach after spending the last eight seasons on Philadelphia's staff in the same role.

Dream come true: Randy Moss signs Justin Jefferson's special cleats (1:05)
25d
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30dCourtney Cronin

Vikings TE Rudolph laments use, won't cut pay

Tight end Kyle Rudolph expressed displeasure with his role in the Vikings' offense over the past two seasons on a podcast. He also said he would not agree to a reduced salary for 2021.

49d

Bart & Hahn Hour 1: The Knicks are back?

Bart and Hahn start off the show talking about the irrational arrogance of Knicks fans and the potential that the Knicks are back? Hahn argues that the Knicks are not the mecca but, the court in which they play is indeed the Mecca. The nation doesn't know you as a great team until you get to play at the Mecca. They also discuss who is the most annoying fan base in sports... Callers weigh in.

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51dCourtney Cronin

Vikings OC Kubiak to mull return in offseason

Vikings OC Gary Kubiak is "taking some time" in the offseason to think about what he wants to do next season, coach Mike Zimmer said Tuesday.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Most PPR fantasy points by any rookie wide receiver in NFL history: 304.7 Randy Moss, 1998 295.4 Bill Groman, 1960 295.0 Odell Beckham Jr., 2014 282.7 Anquan Boldin, 2003 274.2 Justin Jefferson, 2020 255.7 Michael Thomas, 2016 254.1 Billy Howton, 1952 245.1 Mike Evans, 2014

Team Stats

Passing Yards250.614th
Rushing Yards142.75th
Points For26.911th
Points Against29.74th