Kirk Cousins took to Twitter earlier this week to post a poll asking fans to select what item of signed memorabilia he should give away.
Kirk Cousins may not have led the Minnesota Vikings to the Super Bowl in his first season with the team, but the quarterback is sending a military veteran to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, Ga.
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 faced a win-and-in scenario last Sunday in a Week 17 showdown with the Chicago Bears and laid an absolute egg, with Kirk Cousins putting up a rather awful performance in the clu
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
The Minnesota Vikings laid yet another egg in primetime with an offensively listless performance Monday night in a 21-7 loss.
Kirk Cousins was responsible for the speech in the pregame huddle ahead of the Minnesota Vikings-Arizona Cardinals game last Sunday.
Joe Buck has either mellowed with age, changed his tune or something else entirely when it comes to touchdown celebrations involving a player’s butt.
Tom Brady — or whoever was running his official Instagram account over the weekend — left a strange comment on a post by Randy Moss in which the new Hall of Famer mourned the death of long
Sunday marked Kirk Cousins’ 30th birthday, which for many counts as a milestone life event.
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.
The NFL’s new helmet-to-helmet rule has provoked strong reactions among the league’s players.
Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen took to Twitter Tuesday to express their respective eagerness for the start of training camp.
Kirk Cousins is an interesting fellow and a recent social media dispatch showcases an incredibly unique outlook on life and his own mortality.
Randy Moss engaged in one of the most infamous acts of taunting in NFL playoff history when he faux-mooned the Lambeau Field faithful back in 2005.