The Vikings have placed defensive end Everson Griffen on the reserve/non-football illness list two days after he refused to come out of his home and was transported to a mental health facility.
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The Raiders moved a step closer to the playoffs, while the Bills jumped into the AFC East's top seed. Here is the current postseason outlook after Thursday's trio of games.
Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen, who had been barricaded in his home for 14 hours, has left the house, the team said Wednesday afternoon.
Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen is refusing to leave his home after telling police he fired a weapon inside the residence early Wednesday morning, according to the Minnetrista Public Safety Department.
Leon Lett's Thanksgiving blunder will go down in history, Josh Allen had a breakout on Turkey Day, while Barry Sanders was must-see holiday TV for a decade.
The Patriots jumped the Bills in the AFC East, the Cardinals extended their NFC West lead and the Titans stayed atop the AFC despite a loss. Here is the current postseason outlook.
(Sara Ziegler, sports editor): Another week in the NFL, another upset by a double-digit underdog.
Dan Mullen is out of a job at Florida and Ryan Day has one of the best teams in the country, so why should NFL team consider both for their head coach position? Plus, Dan Orlovsky tells us why Dak did wrong against the Chiefs.
Key and Jay are on opposite sides of the debate on LeBron's punch on Isaiah Stewart being dirty or an accident. Plus, why the Bears should throw everything at Ryan Day.
Justin Jefferson wore a Randy Moss T-shirt during warmups and proceeded to channel the Vikings legend with a huge game against Green Bay that included over 100 receiving yards in the first quarter and later two touchdowns in a thrilling Minnesota victory.
Colts running back Jonathan Taylor scored five times in a win over the Bills, and the Packers and Titans both took unexpected losses. Here's what to know from Week 11.
— Much to coach Mike Zimmer's consternation, the Minnesota Vikings have made quite the habit of these white-knuckle, high-stress finishes.
Jefferson's 56-yard reception set the Vikings up at the 1-yard line, and Dalvin Cook carried it in for a 9-3 lead.
Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer
Vikings inactives vs. Green Bay: QB Kellen Mond, WR Ihmir Smith-Marsette, CB Harrison Hand, LB Chazz Surratt, G Wyatt Davis
Rodgers has the best TD-to-interception ratio against Minnesota of any QB vs. a single team, although the Vikings have found ways to fight back.
The Vikings activated safety Harrison Smith from the reserve/COVID-19 list and designated cornerback Patrick Peterson to return from IR, opening his 21-day practice window.
Graziano & Fowler predict Week 11 upsets, fantasy sleepers, Cam Newton's future: Latest buzz on what they're hearing
Does Cam Newton have a shot of being the Panthers' starter in 2022? Who will emerge as top seed in the loaded NFC? Our insiders weigh in.
Kevin Byard and the Titans can't wait for the Pats, next week is key for the Daniel Jones and the Giants, while K.C. and Travis Kelce want a rematch with the Chargers.
As Minnesota prepares to host Green Bay, it's energized by a new approach emphasized by Mike Zimmer that unlocks the offense's strength.
As we enter the second half of the season, we tier every team based on current playoff likelihood. Which teams are ready for a Super Bowl run, and which are prepping for 2022?
— Mike Zimmer said earlier in the week that his Minnesota Vikings still had plenty of fight. On Sunday they proved it, and possibly put their season back on track.
Week 10 takeaways, big questions: Blowouts for Pats, Cowboys, Bills, Chiefs; Panthers upset Cardinals
New England, Dallas and Buffalo all scored more than 40 points, but Tampa Bay and Baltimore were upset. And we had a tie! Here's what to know from Week 10.
Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer
Vikings inactives: Anthony Barr (knee), Kellen Mond, Ihmir Smith-Marsette. Minnesota moved Michael Pierce (elbow) to injured reserve yesterday and have six players on the COVID-19/reserve list, so the number of inactives are lower today.
|1(23)||Christian Darrisaw||OT||Virginia Tech|
|3(2)||Kellen Mond||QB||Texas A&M|
|3(15)||Chazz Surratt||ILB||North Carolina|
|3(23)||Wyatt Davis||OG||Ohio State|
|3(27)||Patrick Jones II||DE||Pittsburgh|
|4(14)||Kene Nwangwu||RB||Iowa State|
|4(29)||Janarius Robinson||DE||Florida State|
|5(24)||Zach Davidson||TE||Central Missouri State|