• Kirk Cousins - QB
    Posted 6/13/18 5:54pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins said he probably will not work out with the receivers before training camp because they will have plenty of time to build chemistry during camp.

    Huddle Up: Cousins will have a solid group of pass catchers to work with this season and will look to continue his productive play. Cousins has a chance to be a low-end No. 1 quarterback in most fantasy leagues.

  • Laquon Treadwell - WR
    Posted 6/7/18 8:35pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings WR Laquon Treadwell has been working as the third receiver with the first-team offense during OTAs.

    Huddle Up: Treadwell will have to really turn things around to shed his bust label. Yes, there's always a chance the former first-round pick will flip the switch, but he can be left on the waiver wire to start the year.

  • Dalvin Cook - RB
    Posted 6/5/18 11:24am ET

    Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) has participated in team drills during organized team activities this week.

    Huddle Up: Cook is on the mend and on his way to retaking the lead back position in Minnesota. He was being featured as a rookie before suffering his torn ACL last year. That should continue as long as he's fully healthy. Latavius Murray will steal some touches and touchdowns, but Cook has RB1 appeal nonetheless.

  • Laquon Treadwell - WR
    Posted 6/1/18 4:16pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings WR Laquon Treadwell said he expects to make a leap in terms of his play this upcoming season. 'I do think I'll be able to take a leap, but I wouldn't say a big leap. I mean, I just feel like every year you?re going to experience different things,' Treadwell said.

    Huddle Up: Treadwell is expected to compete for the No. 3 receiver job for the Vikings during training camp. He has posted only 25 receptions and 215 yards since entering the league two years ago and will not be a great fantasy option this season.

  • Dalvin Cook - RB
    Posted 5/30/18 9:01pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) said his goal is to be ready for Week 1 and is on track to meet that goal.

    Huddle Up: Owners will need to monitor the situation during training camp to see if Cook suffers any setbacks. He should receive most of the work at running back if he is healthy but will also have to share some snaps with Latavius Murray. Owners in most leagues should consider Cook has a low-end No. 1 or a No. 2 running back this upcoming season.

  • Stefon Diggs - WR
    Posted 5/27/18 3:02pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings WR Stefon Diggs was lauded by new offensive coordinator John DeFillippo recently for displaying 'fantastic' ball skills, according to Sid Hartman of the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

    Huddle Up: While his catch and yardage totals dropped from 2017, Diggs scored eight touchdowns last season - doubling his previous career high. To this point of his career, the fourth-year receiver's biggest issue has been durability. Considering he is entering a contract year, an offensive coordinator who seems to love him and has Kirk Cousins at the controls of the offense, it wouldn't be a surprise if 2018 is the season it all comes together for Diggs.

  • Dalvin Cook - RB
    Posted 5/21/18 3:45pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) is ahead of schedule in his rehabilitation process. Head coach Mike Zimmer believes Cook will see work during organized team activities, but he will be limited in training camp.

    Huddle Up: Limiting Cook in camp lessens the risk of aggravation, but it's a positive sign that he'll be participating in OTAs. As long as he holds his current pace, he should be good to go for the season opener. View him as an RB1 with risk attached.

  • Kendall Wright - WR
    Posted 5/7/18 2:42pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings WRs Kendall Wright and Laquon Treadwell likely will compete for the No. 3 receiver job during training camp.

    Huddle Up: Wright probably has an early edge in the competition since he had a better 2017 season than Treadwell. Whoever wins the job likely will be behind Stefon Diggs, Adam Thielen and Kyle Rudolph in terms of targets. Wright may have more fantasy value in 2018 but would only be a late-round option in deeper leagues.

  • Tyler Conklin - TE
    Posted 4/28/18 11:54am ET

    The Minnesota Vikings selected Central Michigan TE Tyler Conklin with the 157th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft Saturday, April 28.

    Huddle Up: Conklin has a chance to be the No. 2 tight end for the Vikings as early as this season but may not see a lot of playing time behind Kyle Rudolph. Owners in keeper leagues can monitor his situation during training camp because he could have some fantasy value.

  • Dalvin Cook - RB
    Posted 4/24/18 5:48pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) has been doing some work on the field since spring drills began April 16, and athletic trainer Eric Sugarman confirmed his recover from a torn left ACL in Week 4 last season is going well. 'Dalvin?s knocked the rehab out of the park. He?s done a great job. He?s been here every day since the injury occurred post-surgery. He?ll participate in (organized team activities and minicamp) on a limited basis. ? Hopefully when he gets to training camp ? he?ll be a participant just like everybody else,' Sugarman said.

    Huddle Up: Cook will likely go in the late first round of many fantasy drafts this spring and summer, but he has to be considered one of the favorites to perform like an early first-round pick. The Vikings upgraded at quarterback in the offseason with Kirk Cousins and the defense should remain among the best in the league, so volume should not be an issue. Consider him a strong RB1 option.

  • Dalvin Cook - RB
    Posted 4/24/18 5:45pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) has been doing some work on the field since spring drills began April 16, and athletic trainer Eric Sugarman confirmed Cook's recovery from a torn left ACL in Week 4 last season is going well. 'Dalvin has knocked the rehab out of the park. He has done a great job. He has been here every day since the injury occurred post-surgery. He will participate in (organized team activities and minicamp) on a limited basis. ? Hopefully when he gets to training camp ? he will be a participant just like everybody else,' Sugarman said.

    Huddle Up: Cook will likely go in the late first round of many fantasy drafts this spring and summer, but he has to be considered one of the favorites to perform like an early first-round pick. The Vikings upgraded at quarterback in the offseason with Kirk Cousins and the defense should remain among the best in the league, so volume should not be an issue. Consider him a strong RB1 option.

  • Dalvin Cook - RB
    Posted 3/27/18 7:48am ET

    Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook (knee) is ahead of schedule in his rehab, according to head coach Mike Zimmer. Cook will do some work, but not everything, in organized team activities.

    Huddle Up: Cook has a chance to be an elite PPR running back, but he has to prove it. He'll be among the midrange RB1 backs with something to prove.

  • Kai Forbath - PK
    Posted 3/20/18 11:13am ET

    Free-agent PK Kai Forbath (Vikings) is re-signing to an undisclosed deal with the Minnesota Vikings Tuesday, March 20, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: Forbath was a quality starting fantasy kicker in 2017 despite missing six field goals and five extra points. With Kirk Cousins in town the Vikings should be scoring plenty again this year, making Forbath a No. 1 fantasy kicker for a second straight year.

  • Kirk Cousins - QB
    Posted 3/16/18 2:03pm ET

    Updating a previous report, Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins has $6 million in incentives, $2 million per year, tied to his three-year, $84 million deal. Those incentives are triggered by play time, team points scored and Super Bowl wins. To hit the highest level in any year, Cousins has to be Super Bowl MVP.

    Huddle Up: You like that? Cousins heads to the Twin Cities with lofty expectations, and with the additions on the defensive side of the ball the Vikings will be a favorite in the NFC. He'll be a decent low-end QB1 fantasy option heading into 2018.

  • Jarius Wright - WR
    Posted 3/16/18 3:32pm ET

    The Minnesota Vikings released WR Jarius Wright on Friday, March 16.

    Huddle Up: Wright posted 153 receptions for 2,039 yards and 10 touchdowns in his six seasons with the Vikings, including 198 yards and two scores last season. He might latch on with another organization, but his fantasy value remains rather minimal at this time.

  • Latavius Murray - RB
    Posted 3/15/18 5:26pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings RB Latavius Murray could be released if he does not agree to restructure his contract. His $5.15 million salary for 2018 will become guaranteed if he is on the roster Friday, March 16.

    Huddle Up: Murray is coming off a solid 2017 season where he rushed for 842 yards and eight touchdowns, but he probably will lose touches with Dalvin Cook returning from injury. He would receive interest if he becomes available in free agency but likely will be part of a committee no matter where he plays. He can be a No. 3 fantasy running back in 2018 depending on his role.

  • Latavius Murray - RB
    Posted 3/15/18 6:33pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings RB Latavius Murray has agreed to restructure his contract and will remain with the team, according to sources.

    Huddle Up: Murray should have a solid role on offense in 2018 but will lose some work to Dalvin Cook. He can be a No. 3 running back in standard leagues but will be less valuable in point-per-reception leagues.

  • Jerick McKinnon - RB
    Posted 3/14/18 5:57am ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent RB Jerick McKinnon agreed to a four-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers Wednesday, March 14. It's expected to be worth $30 million, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: McKinnon turned into a decent receiver in the backfield. He put together a 150-570-3 line on the ground and a 51-421-2 line through the air last season. He'll have some RB2 viability in PPR.

  • Jerick McKinnon - RB
    Posted 3/14/18 1:26pm ET

    Updating a previous report, San Francisco 49ers RB Jerick McKinnon's deal with worth $36.9 million total, with $14.3 million guaranteed and $2 million in bonus. He'll receive $4.2 million in 2018, $3.7 million in 2019, $6.5 million in 2020 and $6.9 million in 2021 with a $5.5 million roster bonus in 2018. He has a $6.9 million option bonus for the 2021 league year to be exercised prior to the end of the 2020 league year.

    Huddle Up: McKinnon has developed solid hands out of the backfield and is a threat to run and catch. He'll be a solid RB2 in PPR fantasy formats in the upcoming season, as you can expect the 49ers to lean upon their new toy quite heavily.

  • Case Keenum - QB
    Posted 3/13/18 11:50pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent QB Case Keenum intends to sign with the Denver Broncos shortly after the start of the new league year Wednesday, March 14, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

    Huddle Up: The Broncos likely realized they probably weren't going to land Kirk Cousins, nor does it appear they wanted to pony up the cash it was going to take to get him. Current senior personnel advisor Gary Kubiak gave the former undrafted free agent his start in 2013 when he was the Houston Texans' head coach and likely played a huge role in convincing general manager John Elway to take the plunge. The addition of Keenum should not keep Denver from drafting a quarterback with the No. 5 overall pick next month, so it is too early to say for sure if Keenum is worth drafting for fantasy purposes.

  • Jerick McKinnon - RB
    Posted 3/13/18 10:54am ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent RB Jerick McKinnon has reportedly been receiving steady interest from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.

    Huddle Up: McKinnon typically played well for the Vikings when given the chance, but never seemed to win them over. Tampa Bay is one of the few spots where he would have a legitimate shot to earn the starting job or compete for a lead-back role at the very least, assuming the Bucs don't also use a high pick at running back in the draft. McKinnon would be in the flex discussion if Tampa Bay seals the deal.

  • Sam Bradford - QB
    Posted 3/13/18 11:30am ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent QB Sam Bradford plans to sign with the Arizona Cardinals, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: Bradford has dealt with injuries for most of his career, so this would be a risky signing for the Cardinals. He will have a solid group of pass catchers to work with in Arizona but would only be a No. 2 fantasy quarterback in most leagues.

  • Teddy Bridgewater - QB
    Posted 3/13/18 12:09pm ET

    Free-agent QB Teddy Bridgewater (Vikings) is working on a deal with the New York Jets, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: The Jets don't have many options left when it comes to free-agent quarterbacks. Bridgewater is coming off a significant knee injury and doesn't have the most reliable receiving corps. He'll be a backup fantasy quarterback if he does sign with New York.

  • Teddy Bridgewater - QB
    Posted 3/13/18 4:32pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent QB Teddy Bridgewater has a few options available in free agency and is not close to any deal, according to sources.

    Huddle Up: Bridgewater was reportedly talking with the Jets, but things may change with Josh McCown returning to New York. Bridgewater has been successful as a starter in the past and probably will be looking for a short-term deal in free agency. He should be considered a No. 2 fantasy quarterback if he finds a starting job.

  • Teddy Bridgewater - QB
    Posted 3/13/18 5:14pm ET

    New York Jets impending free-agent QB Teddy Bridgewater agreed to terms on an undisclosed one-year contract with the New York Jets on Tuesday, March 13, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

    Huddle Up: It was reported last week that New York's 'Plan B' at quarterback was to sign Josh McCown to serve as the bridge quarterback in 2018 in hopes he could hand the team over to Bridgewater and/or a rookie quarterback in 2019. It remains to be seen what Bridgewater can do after being away from the game for the better part of two seasons, but this figures to be a low-risk, high-reward move for the Jets. If Bridgewater can assume the starting job at some point in 2018, he'll be on the fantasy QB2 radar.

  • Sam Bradford - QB
    Posted 3/12/18 9:06am ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent QBs Sam Bradford and Case Keenum could be options for the Buffalo Bills during free-agency.

    Huddle Up: The Bills likely will be looking for a veteran quarterback since they traded Tyrod Taylor last week. Bradford may be the more likely option for the Bills since Keenum will receive interest from several teams. Both quarterbacks probably would be considered No. 2 fantasy quarterbacks if they signed with the Bills.

  • Case Keenum - QB
    Posted 3/7/18 10:24am ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent QB Case Keenum has drawn interest from the Denver Broncos, according to 9news.com's Mike Klis.

    Huddle Up: This isn't a big surprise as Keenum will likely be Denver's backup plan if they can't corral Kirk Cousins. Keenum won't be in as high demand as Cousins, but he will be in high demand since he is considered the No. 2 quarterback on the free-agent market. That is after Drew Brees re-signs with the New Orleans Saints. Keenum is capable of QB1 games, but he's not a every-week QB1.

  • Teddy Bridgewater - QB
    Posted 3/5/18 9:05am ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent QB Teddy Bridgewater could receive interest from the New York Jets this offseason if the Jets are not able to sign Washington Redskins impending free-agent QB Kirk Cousins, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: Bridgewater is coming back from a serious knee injury but should have the chance to find a starting job this offseason. He probably can be considered a No. 2 fantasy quarterback in most leagues in 2018.

  • Teddy Bridgewater - QB
    Posted 3/4/18 8:22am ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent QB Teddy Bridgewater is receiving interest from some teams that consider him a potential starting quarterback.

    Huddle Up: Bridgewater has seen playing time in only one game over the last two seasons because of a major knee injury but posted decent numbers in his first two years in the league. He has a solid chance to find a starting job this offseason but would only be a No. 2 fantasy quarterback.

  • Case Keenum - QB
    Posted 3/4/18 11:43am ET

    Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent QB Case Keenum is expected to be pursued by the Vikings, Denver Broncos, Cleveland Browns and Arizona Cardinals in free agency, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: Keenum is coming off a terrific 2017 season and should receive a lucrative contract this offseason. He has a chance to be a low-end No. 1 fantasy quarterback in 2018 depending on his team.

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