Kirk Cousins’ first season with the Minnesota Vikings ended in disappointment, but Mike Zimmer stood by his embattled franchise quarterback during an end-of-season press conference.
The Minnesota Vikings can still clinch a spot in the postseason even with a loss to the Chicago Bears at home Sunday, but don’t expect Mike Zimmer to being paying attention to anything occurring outsi
Mike Zimmer appears to be developing his own catchphrase at training camp. So much so that the cantankerous Minnesota Vikings head coach even recognizes it himself.
Mike Zimmer over his many years in the NFL has cultivated a reputation of being the quintessential old-school, no-nonsense coach.
The NFL competition committee for the second time in three years proposed at the annual owners meetings a change to bylaws that would allow in-game video access.
Mike Zimmer certainly knows the Minnesota Vikings benefited from Case Keenum’s career year in 2017.
Reports out of Philadelphia indicate Minnesota Vikings fans were harassed and felt threatened by Eagles fans before, during and after Sunday’s NFC Championship Game.
Mike Zimmer on Tuesday conducted his end-of-the-season press conference. Among the issues addressed not surprisingly revolved around a troublesome uncertainty at the quarterback position.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer had been coaching in the NFL for 20-plus seasons. And he’s seen a lot of changes to the game during his career.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer hasn’t been reticent about busting out some colorful superlatives of late to praise the gutsy style of play out of Case Keenum.
The Minnesota Vikings are riding high amid a five-game winning streak capped by Sunday’s 38-30 road win over the Washington Redskins.
Teddy Bridgewater was cleared to return to Minnesota Vikings practice this week 14 months after suffering a horrific knee injury.
The Minnesota Vikings continue to publicly praise Teddy Bridgewater for the dedication and commitment to rehab he’s demonstrated in the many months since suffering a catastrophic knee injury la
Mike Zimmer made his return to the sidelines last Sunday after missing the Minnesota Vikings’ Thursday night loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 13 after undergoing emergency eye surgery.
After undergoing a fourth eye surgery in recent days, Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer on Monday returned to the team and resumed coaching duties, per a report from the Star Tribune.