After making an early impact in the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings, then bouncing to the Raiders, Patriots, Vikings (again), Titans, and the 49ers; Randy Moss has finally decided to retire and find a new career.
As the Minnesota Vikings are set to kick off the NFL Preseason tonight at the Metrodome against the Houston Texans, they remind fans of a new safety policy regarding what you can bring into NFL stadiums - a policy which starts tonight.
I think if you were to name a few people that you wouldn't want to see rap, these guys might make the list. If you wanted them to run your offense, then you'd be talking. They even dragged their Dad into it, and they aren't half bad.
Kenechi Udeze entered the NFL as a first round draft pick for the Minnesota Vikings in 2004, showing promise on the defensive line before his career was ended in 2007 due to a battle with lymphoblastic leukemia. After a successful fight with cancer, Udeze has found himself back in the NFL and entering a new era with his old team.
The Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers focused on defense through the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Green Bay had one pick at 26, while Minnesota entered last night with two picks (23, 25) after earning an extra in the Percy Harvin trade.
In a move that could give football fans unprecedented access — and nightmares of watching 300-pound men get undressed — the NFL will require all of its teams to install cameras in home locker rooms for the 2013 season.
Many players suffer injuries like the one Adrian Peterson suffered on December 24, 2011, never returning to their pre-injury form. Peterson took his injury in stride, proving critics wrong and coming in under 10 yards away from claiming the single-season rushing record. His awe-inspring performance earned him a few accolades including MVP and other offensive honors.
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