Kai Forbath

Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 197
College: UCLA
Birth Place: Santa Monica, California
Draft: Undrafted
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    Vikings place Latavius Murray, Sharrif Floyd on PUP list

    Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer Close Previously covered Vikings for St. Paul Pioneer Press Also covered Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Wild and Washington Nationals Twin Cities native and University of Minnesota graduate Follow on Twitter MANKATO, Minn. -- The Minnesota Vikings will give running back Latavius Murray at least a little more time to recover from ankle surgery before he gets onto the field at training camp. The Vikings placed Murray on the physically unable to perform list on Monday as they began three days of early work for quarterbacks, rookies and injured players. Murray, who had surgery in March to clean up a lingering ankle injury from last season, missed the Vikings' entire offseason

  • Daily Norseman

    SB Nation Tries To Make Friends With Jared Allen

    We’re all big fans of Jared Allen around here, even though he wound up not finishing his career with the Minnesota Vikings. But, he did sign one of those one-day deals to retire with the team, so we pretty much accept him as one of ours. The folks from the SB Nation mothership are attempting to get onto Allen’s friends list as well, as Will Buikema served as Allen’s caddy at last weekend’s American Century Championship golf tournament in Lake Tahoe last weekend. (The same one that Vikings’ wide receiver Adam Thielen was participating in.) The cameras follow Buikema and Allen around the course and documents Buikema’s efforts to win Allen’s friendship. Does he actually get there by the end of the

  • The Pro Football Bloodlines of the 2017 Packers
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    The Pro Football Bloodlines of the 2017 Packers

    An athlete’s family tree not only makes for a great story on draft day, but can serve as an intangible tool when evaluating players for their football IQ. A dominant NFL family tree in recent years has been the house of Watt. With three former Wisconsin Badgers and current NFL players - Houston Texans Defensive Player of the Year J.J., Los Angeles Chargers fullback Derek, and Pittsburgh Steelers 2017 first round pick T.J. - the Watt family could be on its way to leaving behind a strong legacy, not only right now but for generations to come. The Green Bay Packers have had a member of a historically successful NFL family since Clay Matthews III joined the team in 2009. Matthews instantly became