As we head into Memorial Holiday Weekend, the Vikings are working hard at the TCO Performance Center. Purple PR staff trotted out players to meet with the media every week, and news of drips and drabs (like melting cheese next to your burger grill) began to appear. And we’re here for it at VikingsTerritory.com.
Recently, Daniel Hunter met with the media and told them that his pectoral injury was unimaginable last season and that he could have played if the Vikings had made it to the playoffs. Imagine what would happen if this happened. We probably won’t be where we are today. Then again, maybe not.
Mark Craig of the Star Tribune was present at the TCO to listen to Hunter and learned of his excitement for playing with his friend J’Darius Smith this season for Purple. Smith, who has echoed the Purple People’s Eaters day with this defensive front in Minnesota in recent days, is looking forward to facing his former team in the opening game of the season এবং and the Viking Nation is with him.
Mark Craig and Joe O’Brien from the Vikings Territory Breakdown podcast are on hand to break it for you. In addition, they looted the role of linebacker Eric Kendricks during the new Viking regime. Kendrick had a big role to play in Mike Zimmer’s defense and his leadership role in this new defense seems to be only growing. Craig will talk about that. Head coach Kevin O’Connell brings a big screen TV to practice at TCO (what they did in Los Angeles) and coach Mike Patin is leading a diverse coaching summit to help minorities get ground-level jobs. Coordinator and head coaching job. The VT breakdown boys will also try to deal with it. So tune in and check it all out.
- Mike Petin led the coaching summit on this diversity