Vikings Set To Announce 53-Man Roster By Saturday Afternoon

Posted by Mike Wobschall on September 3, 2010 – 10:51 am

Training camp has concluded, the last preseason game is in the books and the regular season is now less than a week away. But before the Vikings can devote their undivided attention to game planning for the New Orleans Saints they must conduct a little roster maintenance.

NFL teams are required to reduce their rosters to 53 players on the Active List by Saturday at 5:00 p.m. CT; the Vikings currently have 75 players on the roster and will need to reduce that number by 22 before Saturday’s deadline.

Teams can begin shaping that 53-man roster today but Vikings Head Coach Brad Childress indicated after Thursday night’s preseason game that his club would likely wait until Saturday to announce its 53-man roster. Then, beginning at 11:00 a.m. CT on Sunday, each team will be able to build their 8-member practice squad.

Also on Sunday, the Vikings will be back to work on the practice fields at Winter Park in preparation for the season-opener at New Orleans. With a Thursday game, the Vikings will treat Sunday as a typical regular season Wednesday, meaning both Childress and QB Brett Favre will hold press conferences and the locker room will be open to the media. The press conferences will be streamed live right here on, so be sure to tune in on Sunday afternoon for complete coverage of the Vikings as they prepare for Week 1.

Stay tuned to for updates on the Vikings roster and any other team news that develops. You can also follow the Vikings on Twitter (@VikingsFootball) to stay current on Vikings news.

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84 Responses to “Vikings Set To Announce 53-Man Roster By Saturday Afternoon”

  1. By paul kalan on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    what good does it do to have press conf. when you cannot hear what iis being asked or said. TURN up the volume on the recording mikes you nimrods… Is your director of media out to lunch or what… FRUSTRATED in colorado springs

  2. By todd w. on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    yea turn up the volume u nimbrods for i cant hear a single word,what is going on over there,smoking something u thought was tobacco?

  3. By David on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply


  4. By Douglas Que on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    T.J. Houshmandzadeh is available . The Seahawks are looking to get rid of him. Should the Vikings invest in him?

  5. By Bootknee lee farnsworth on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Mike Mayock is trash! He rips 20 year old kids/players on tv when they are trying their best to make the team. Not to mention the “You gotta make the play” ” You gotta catch the ball” “You gotta make the tackle”. What a smart man! Give these kids a break and quit calling them out. Its just football you freak! Have fun ripping ND kids this year from the safety of the booth!

  6. By Mike T on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Mayock is trash! He likes DeImperio or whatever and Joe Webb. Webb is trash! He is a poor mans michael Vick and Vick is trash.

  7. By lefty on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    i think this website looks as if it is under construction all the time. I would make sense if they check these feedbacks and so we can hear who in the world they are talking. press conf. , my behind. I REALLY WANT TO SEE WEBB AS # 2. RAW OR WELL ROUNDED. YOU SERIOUSLY TELLING ME EITHER SAGE OR T JACK IS BETTER THAN CURRENT WEBB NOT 2 YEARS FROM NOW?

  8. By vikesfan fromny on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Can anyone tell me why the vikes are so hyped about a quarterback that can run but isn’t efficient in passing. Both Tavaris and Webb are athletes but neither has shown me anything to think a good defense which is most of the NFL can’t confuse them. Keep Brett and Sage and keep either Jackson or Webb, we don’t need two of the same mold backing up Brett, who is going to be crushed by defenses unless the vikes get a third down back that can block ( I miss you Chester)! I say keep Webb only because he still has youth, Tavaris has been there too long to do so little, and don’t tell me how good he practices

  9. By kevinwi on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    ummmm…NYfan……3rd string qb’s are not intended to be the backups during the season. They are intended to be grooming for the future. That is why Webb should make the team….Really really raw qb’s go to the practice squad, but QB’s with the talent of webb, make the team.
    If any team HAS to resort to their 3rd string qb, the season is basically over for them and they are just giving him practical experience to build on for the future.

  10. By Tony J on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Am i the only one that thinks Sage should be #2 QB?? with Webb at #3 and get rid of Jackson? Webb is gonna be a force, bring him in on the QB sneaks to gain a few (25-50) yards, this kid can run!!!!!

  11. By vikesfan fromny on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    yeah, third string should be groomed but in our case Favre may not make it to game 2, this means Sage should be #2 and Webb #3. Webb would never survive the waiver wire i.e. Tyler Thigpen. Tavaris would work well with a team that won’t have 8 in the box blitzing him, Sage can and so can Webb with his running skills. Not every team has an “All Day” on their squad.

  12. By bucfan99 on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    No, you’re not the only fan that thinks Sage should be #2, with Webb at #3. TJack has proven he’s not up to leading a team in the NFL.

  13. By Bleedin Purple on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Mike T. I was agreeing with you until you called Webb trash. WTF are you smoking? He made a few rookie mistakes but poor mans MV? Pull your head outta your ass.

    Off Topic- Chilly is a joke. His supporting cast makes him look good. Make Frazier the head coach…(should have done that with Tomilin). Atleast 3 assistant coaches have went on to win Superbowls shortly after leaving the team( T. Dungy, B. Billicheck, M. Tomilin) Don’t let another mastermind go. We’re lucky Frazier has been passed up this many times…

    I thought Chilldress was doing a great job with personel, but then I realized it was Spielman resposible for stacking the team with talent.

  14. By MGR4FUN on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    ok here is some speculation for you the steelers are now actively lookin for a backup qb and they hav a center hartwig that wants to be traded … hartwig is a 9yr pro 6’5″ 312# out of kansas … this could be a maybe

  15. By Fan4life on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    I am with Vikesfan and Tony J.. T Jackson is a running back that can sort of throw. If the old man goes down, T.J. could not carry his lunch pail.. If they keep T.J. and get rid of Sage we can kiss any chance of a title good bye… But i am use to tha,t since i have been a fan since 1972 (Honorary team member in 1972).. So it will not be a suprise if they just get me hipped up and then smash my hopes again..The worst part is seen that they have the team to do it but don’t.. I am looking forward to them making and winning the super bowl it is their year. Just hope Farve can stay healthy or well you know… Go Vikes….

  16. By Robins on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Keep Sage as Brett’s backup , and get rid of Jackson. Webb shows promise for the future. I wish we had taken Tebow. He has a great future too. Why is Jackson still with the Vikings? He is awful. Other teams would have fired him. I am so happy Brett came back. I hope his ankle will let him play this year. Brett is the best there is.

  17. By Bob on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Why has no one ever mentioned the W/L record of T-Jack’s first 20 games or so against all the other younger quarterbacks records at similar points in time. Elway, both Mannings, and others had worse records than T-Jack and he has not had the luxury of any consistent opportunities from which to correct his mistakes and build on his successes. I’m not saying he is Peyton Manning, but I don’t think he’s been given a legitimate chance to succeed.

  18. By Rip on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    I agree. Jackson is trying, but that’s about it. Webb shows much more promise than Sage or Jackson. When you look at offensive playmakers in the last two games, who else is there?

  19. By joe on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    the Vikes should keep both jackson and sage and use webb as a receiver. the kid could run, jump and catch.

  20. By Matt is smart on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    There are a lot of talented players that are going to stay. Everyone knows chilly has a boney for T Jack, so he is staying. Rosenfels is going to get the axe via trade hopefully so we can get a D-Pick next year. The WR’s the vikings have should be the most interesting to see who they keep. I thought J Walker has been awesome and even we know Randy Moss couldnt produce in Oakland. The thing everyone needs to pay attention to is that Joe Webb looks smart when he plays like he plays with instincts and when jackson plays he doesnt trust himself cause he can feel chilly breathing down his neck.

  21. By Robert on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    I agree with Joe keep T-Jack and Sage use Webb as receiver.he’s tough and can be a threat to other teams.

  22. By vikesfan fromny on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    problem with keeping jackson is he doesn’t fit this offense. As I said, not many teams have a running back like AD and because of that they want to stop the run, this means the qb has to win the game by reading the d and getting the ball to the one on one. T jack aint doing that, Webb aint doing that and Sage may do it but I.m not confident in him, what we DEFINITELY need is a third down back which can help kill the pressure, I hope toby or young or johnson will step up. We should have traded tjack for Camarillo

  23. By Adam on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    I am going to say that after Favre, Sage #2 and Webb #3 (like most). Get rid of T-Jack. I know he doesn’t carry much value for trade (which Sage obviously carries) but the sooner we get rid of him, the sooner the team can advance (the thought of him playing in a regular season game makes me cringe!)

    I think that after we work with Webb a little we could possibly have a wildcat offense! Not sure how productive that would be for us but it would be cool to try something new!

  24. By The viking Dave on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Go after Houshmandzadeh.! The alternatives are very bleek. This is the year we HAVE to make the right moves to get to the Superbowl. The window is closing.

  25. By rocksalt on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    right on! get rid of TJack!

  26. By rocksalt on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    TURN UP THE @$@%%^#ing VOLUME!!!!!

  27. By Mike on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Webb trash? t jack trash? what are you talking about ? im glad brett Favre is here cause he’s one of the all time greats not because our other choice is t jack when he gets his shot to be the starter watch out! and just wait until joe Webb is groomed

  28. By Silverfox2dallas on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Mike T, seriously I hope you stop blogging on this site, You say Webb is trash huh? Yea lets see his collegiate stats are very good but I am not one to base a player just off collegiate stats. He was drafted as a wide receiver and because of his quarterback abilities Childress (the coach) himself insisted to change him to quarterback knowing of their quarterback situation so if you look at it, the facts are that the organization saw enough to keep him as a quarterback Joe Webb will be ten times the NFL player Mike Vick ever was

  29. By Bruce on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply


  30. By myvikes on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Is Houshmanwhatever on the Vikings radar? can he help?

  31. By Kerry Beauchaine on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    What a bunch of knucklehead comments. In 2008-09 Tavaris led the Vikings to the playoffs. Shortly before the playoffs he had a 4 TD game in Arizona. In the playoffs the Vikes did not have Henderson or Pat Williams, which I believe ultimately cost them the game (remember Westbrook’s screen play?). He has done very well in the first 20 games of his career. Thankfully people that know what they’re doing see his abilities and will act accordingly. On another note, Camarillo was a great pick up for the Vikes, but I would like to see them go after Vincent Jackson. He and Rice would be a duo to contend with on the outside with Harvin and Shiancoe over the middle. Housh could be good, but his price tag is out of line for his talent. He’s a #2 at best.

  32. By Paul on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    T Jack is staying they just traded Sage to the NYG.

  33. By don on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Now why would you keep jackson and trade Rosenfels..that is so stupid….jackson cant even tie his shoes with out throwing an interception..

  34. By Ragnar's Disciple on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Houshmanzedah was on the Vikes radar last year but we drafted Harvin to fill the roll he would play. Also, Camarillo looks to be a very capable slot guy if Percy’s migraines act up. I am concerned about who will be opposite Berrian in 2 receiver sets. They like Harvin in the slot roll so it will have to be Camarillo or Greg Lewis in my opinion. Camarillo has admitted that deep routes aren’t his strength so maybe Javon Walker if he makes the squad.

    Having said all that, I think the best way to try to make up for losing Rice is to move Harvin to the #2 spot and have Camarillo fill the slot in 3 wide sets. Harvin’s route running has improved and he has the speed to stretch the field. Then Shianc “the Tank” and Camarillo can work the middle of the field

  35. By NsRhea on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    What if the vikes took a swing at Vincent Jackson? He’s been putting up yards with the Chargers for 3 years and his recent fallout with them is really pushing him towards another team. I’m sure it would be favorable to SD because the Vikes are an NFC team and MN could possibly offer a conditional 3rd round pick in 2011 that would be upgraded to a 2nd round if MN reached the Championship for the second year in a row. Not to mention the potential lockout on the horizon.

    And please, please, pleaseeeeeeeeeee get new mics for the conferences. I don’t think anyone who watches them can even hear the questions being asked. It’s like talking to a wall… or listening to one?

  36. By Mark on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Can someone please help me understand why the Vikes would trade away their best option behind Favre? I actually wanted to see how well Sage could lead the team after Favre retires next year. The team apparently knows something we don’t know or saw something that we have not seen.

  37. By Robins on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    Why do you trade away your second best quarterback and keep Jackson? How stupid can you be? Brett has an ankle injury and if he needs a backup, Jackson can’t handle it. Tebow was better then Jackson! You had better protect Brett or your season is over! If Brett gets hurt, you won’t win any games. Dumb move!

  38. By thekaratekid72 on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    I have to agree with Kerry B. Jackson didnt to too bad while he was starting two years ago. Rosenfels was only playing against number 2 and 3 defenses and never proved himself to be a starter. Jacksons win percentage is higher than Rosenfels. Houshmanzadeh is no Randy Moss and I agree that he is only a number 2 option even for the vikes. I wish they would have kept Darius Reynaud though, I thought he played well on returning kicks and didnt turn the ball over

  39. By thekaratekid72 on Sep 3, 2010 | Reply

    I do have some concerns with the O-Line though too. Can they protect Favre all season long? Am i the only one who doesnt think Anthony herrera is a starting guard? And was Sullivan really ready to replace Birk as the center?

  40. By David Rainey on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    If you can’t turn up the mike’s on the questions then ask the coaches and players to repeat the question, or at least indicate in their answer who or what they are talking about.

  41. By David Meyer on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Sure Jackson didn’t do too bad when he was a starter. But if the quarterback “doesn’t do too bad” they are never going to win a Superbowl against the Colts, or Ravens, or even beat the Packers or Saints in the NFC title game

  42. By Robert on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Put Ian Johnson on the squad and let him be special tears returner

  43. By Patrick on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Ryan D’ IMPERIO that kid is a stud ,what a player he could be for this team, give him a shot you won’t regret it, Back Field, Special teams, linebacker what ever he will be there…the KID CAN PLAY BALL…

  44. By Tim on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Wow…I just found out Rosenfels and Reynaud have been traded to the NY Giants. I can’t believe that Childress is still gonna keep Tarvaris Jackson. He still hasn’t shown the team anything. And if anything, is Preseason GM-4 vs Denver was the same old Jackson. I’d Rather make Webb #2 than Jackson. The only reason I say that is because we traded our best hope behind Favre. Sage is no longer a viking. Between Favre and Rosenfels we had a chance. If Favre goes down. So does our Season

  45. By fmfan on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    there is going to be a few very good players cut from our team. Hopefully we can get them on our practice squad. We will know who later today.

  46. By tko on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    MikeT you are an IDIOT!!!! T-Jack or Butt Crack as we like to call him has had 5yrs with the Vikings to learn and prove he is capable of being a starter. He looks no better now than he has in any of the previouse yrs. Webb on the other hand has been in the NFL for what, a few weeks? He may not have what it takes now but he deserves the chance! He may or may not pan out but we know what the outcome would be if Butt Crack was starting. With alittle luck maybe after this season Chilly and Butt Crack can be escorted off the Vikings property and retire together in a state that allows same sex marriage!

  47. By OhioVike on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    I would have hated to lose Webb. He is green but has a knack for making plays I don’t see TJack as anything bur a back-up.

  48. By popfg on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    release t.j. and have #2 be joe webb. This guy did really good in the preseason and he had over 100 rushing yards.

  49. By popfg on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Let go of t.j. and taye biddle. taye didn’t do so well

  50. By fmfan on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Sage was never more than a backup. His stats this year have all come against 2nd-3rd stringers of some of the worst teams in the NFL. I couldn’t understand why we traded for Sage when he had 6tds and 10ints in 2008, just because he had 2tds-1int against us is no reason. Every qb throws tds against our secondary.

  51. By jif on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Vikings- please don’t pick up TJ Housmandzadeh. He’s way too slow and he’ll complain way too much. Either pick up Vincent Jackson for a hefty price, or some cheaper WR like Victor Cruz (NYG). Cruz has all the skills to be a no. 1 WR, but he’ll come at the price of a no. 4.

  52. By pbat on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    The problem with TJack is that he has proven to not have ANY trade value, so the team, rather than cutting him, is forced to keep him as backup. Sage clearly was worth some draft picks. Now the Vikes will sign Houshmaakdjadkjfdkj – who do they trade? probably the picks that they got from the Giants and a backup linebacker/special teams guy.

  53. By Henry on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    I agree with jif. The Vikings need another Randy Moss type player. Vincent Jackson will give you that and then some. Pick up Vincent Jackson you will not regret it.

  54. By Jeff on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    bye , bye Sage wish you luck, I always thought you were #2, Webb you look great and I think you can do alot, Jackson I hope you get your walking papers, or traded, but the problem is nobody wants you, that is why they called for sage, Lets go Vikings should be a great season

  55. By fmfan on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    In less than 6 hours we will know who made the team and who did not.

  56. By James on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    It seems that everyone is assuming that the toughest football player to ever play the game – THE Iron Man Brett – is somehow going to fall. In 20 years, how many times did that happen??? I think with the Sage trade the Vikes are taking that chance that he will be Brett for one more year hurting maybe – but not hurt. Tjack is not a passer by NFL standards – close isn’t good enough. Webb needs a lot more time, but the potential is there. Sage isn’t Brett either. He made lots of mistakes in the past and tho he can shine, he is not starter material to take your team to the big game. Few QB’s in the NFL are as savvy and skillful and tough as old #4 – who defies all pressures, all doubters and just keeps on playing that position like the best of all time. Let’s hope the rest of the team – namely the OL and running backs can give him the time to destroy any defensive scheme out there.

  57. By MJ on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Jeff, you are absolutely right. The reason the Vikings don’t get rid of TJack is that NOBODY wants him. Five years with the team, he should be in his prime. Why is it that TJack is never involved in conversations or looking at photos with Favre and Sage when the camera is on? Where is the guy? Most of the time he is staring off in space with his hat on backwards!! The guy is a joke, totally unprofessional. I’m sorry to see Sage and Reynaud go. Who is going to return kicks? Jaymar Johnson was good, but he’s out for the season.

  58. By Spanky on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    with so many x-packers on the Vikings team i’m starting to think of green bay as the Vikings Farm Team….Go Vikes sweep the pack again this year.. Oh no another year of TJack…ty Chilly….

  59. By unfinishedsweets on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Now that sags is gone, what about next year after brett hangs up his pads. The new starter will be the 4th best qb on this team. Talking about going from first to worst. They put all there eggs in one 41 year old basket. After last years NFC title game every team we play will be going after brett. I hope the iron man holds up this last year. It will be our last chance for some quite some time.

  60. By T on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Rushing yards? we are talking quarterback . did anyone care how many yards the mannings rushed for ? Or any qb fir that matter.

  61. By Alex Lawson on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Everyone ripping on T-Jack is ridiculous. He throws 2-8 in a pre-season game and everyone freaks out. This guy helped us get to the playoffs two years ago. Everyone just relax, T-Jack is not Favre but he manage a game well enough to play in the NFL…We have AP. Enough said.

  62. By jason kuhn on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    why why why we need a QB Tard Jackson Sucks i will not pay to see T.Jackson
    again wast of money

  63. By jason kuhn on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Tarvaris Jackson needs to be cut no one want him you cant trad him he is no
    Donovan McNabb Evin if he was we would not get a Superbowl win

  64. By fmfan on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    hey jason kuhn I quess you won’t pay to see the Vikings play again. N.O. will take Favre out and Jackson will start the rest of the season and playoffs.

  65. By PapaNort on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Please turn up the volume on the press conferences so we can actually hear what is being asked and answered…it’s horrible right now. :-(

  66. By libby328 on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Ok whoever said that Jackson was an athlete really needs to shut it! He is far from anything close to one! He has a bad attitude towards the fans and doesnt care (his words) That is why nobody likes the guy because he cannot play football. He might have helped get the Vikes to the playoffs but stands zero chance of leading them to the SB and that is the obvious goal! What he wants to be all salty because a 41 year old guy is starting and he isnt, cmon now use your head Jackson. It doesnt really matter what Chilly sees in him during practice he isnt using it during the games so ship him

  67. By Richard Brouillard on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    The vikes are so close to having the best defense the NFL has ever had, I don’t see why they did’nt concentrate on more defense. 53, I hope they did’nt do something stupid.

  68. By Bubbs on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply




  69. By fmfan on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Bubbs by telling them what to do you just doubled thier IQ.

  70. By Tom Nyman on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Love to listen to press conferences, but although not into name calling, I have e-mailed before suggesting an omni-directional mic (choir mic) placed facing the press. Better than half the answers require us to try to figure out the question by the answer. AND, half of those we may never figure out. ITS AN EASY FIX, WELL WITHIN YOUR BUDGET.

  71. By Elgar on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Well, I am here to state loud and clear that whoever believes in Jackson is about to open up on you with both barrels. What benefit would it be to Jackson to listen to the so-called “fans” who boo their own quarterback and thereby encourage the opposing defenses to rally against the Vikings? Some call it treason. It obviously matters significantly more what it is Brad Childress sees in him, since the head coach is the person who has been empowered to determine who remains on the the football team, not some self-absorbed whiners in the peanut gallery.

  72. By Justin on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Mike T Not really sure what you’re basing the Webb sucks comment on. He looked great in the preseason, especially for a rookie.

  73. By mark on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Ok everbody says there gonna go after Brett, there gonna go after brett.Um isnt that what defenses are suppose to do, go after the quarterback.My god people let them try to go after brett hes smart enough to know he can just dump it off to peterson

  74. By mark on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Another thing you should be concerned about is not t jack it should be Bryant Mckinnie.Cause if he doesn’t do a better job this year we wont have a quarterback left.

  75. By pres on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    Give me a break. the front office are morons. Sage is so much better than TJack. Obviously ,Chilly’s ego is involved. Unless they fight hard for housh they made a big mistake cutting Javon and keeping Greg Lewis. Guy looks like he’s an old geezer on the field. C’Mon MAN.

  76. By Bob on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    How stupid are the Vikes? You keep Bernard who sucks and drop the most productive guy in Walker who is hungry to prove himself. That’s stupid. Even if you get T.J. you’ll end up spending 5 times more for the same production. You just lost the division.

  77. By Fred K on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    VOLUME PLEASE!!!! I’d like to hear the questions and certainly the answers during the press conferences. It is frustrating TRYING to listen…not a new issue…what gives?

  78. By jason kuhn on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    T.J. Houshmandzadeh MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM i ‘em thanking

  79. By jason kuhn on Sep 4, 2010 | Reply

    The Vikings have signed T.J. Houshmandzadeh, a source tells FOX6 Sports in Milwaukee.

    Even FOX6 itself seems unsure of its own report, saying they can not “personally confirm nor deny” their source’s claim. Still, the signing would make a ton of sense for the Vikings, who have lost Sidney Rice to a hip injury and cut Javon Walker today. Although Housh is well below average after the catch and as a playmaker, he can still help the Vikings as a possession receiver.

  80. By jason kuhn on Sep 6, 2010 | Reply

    Wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh agreed to a contract with the Baltimore Ravens, the team announced. WTF Are The Viking Doing ?????????????

  81. By mark on Sep 7, 2010 | Reply

    I think childress is making a big scism

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