With the 2021 NFL Draft firmly in the rearview mirror, the Minnesota Vikings still need to add a few more pieces to get their roster to 90 players before Training Camp. To that end, they have been linked with a couple of veteran free agents that could help shore up both sides of the football. The first player is defensive end Ryan Kerrigan, who the Vikings have expressed an interest in according to Darren Wolfson of KSTP in the Twin Cities.
Green Bay Packers fans may have a new name to add to their enemy lists, as Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen called Lambeau Field “not nice” in a recent interview. Thielen, appearing on Golf.com’s Subpar podcast, said that the stadium is no-frills, calling it “not nice” and saying there is nothing better than leaving the stadium with a victory. There’s nothing better than leaving Lambeau with a victory.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz’s announcement last week of ending coronavirus restrictions by July 1 provides good timing for Vikings fans. Training camp will begin in July at the TCO Performance Center in Eagan. After a 2020 camp without fans, there is plenty of hope of things getting back to at least close to normal in 2021.