Players Report To Training Camp Today

Posted by Mike Wobschall on July 31, 2011 – 11:40 am

It’s a sunny and warm day here at 2011 Verizon Vikings Training Camp on the campus of Minnesota State University, Mankato. The Vikings will call Mankato their training camp home for the 46th consecutive season and this year they also return to Gage Community Center after staying in the Julia A. Sears Residence Community last year.

Today is report day for coaches and players, so expect to see a lot of blog entries and video interviews. Most of the guys will be arriving between noon and 4:00 p.m. I also expect the team to announce several roster moves at some point today.

The team will not practice today because there is a lot of administrative work to be done and there will also be a team meeting later this evening. We will hear from Vikings Head Coach Leslie Frazier, though, as he’s scheduled to meet with reporters around 2:00 p.m. in front of Gage Hall.

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7 Responses to “Players Report To Training Camp Today”

  1. By Old School on Jul 31, 2011 | Reply

    It’s funny, I go to and I get to read about teams like Philly and the Jets picking everybody up!

    We got “McChoke”?!!!

    Is this team…..the one coming into training camp, the “TEAM” ?

    Oh My!

  2. By Bob on Jul 31, 2011 | Reply

    Yeah we were over the salary cap…??? With who??? AP making some money? And who else…

  3. By Arrow86 on Jul 31, 2011 | Reply


    Bernard Berrian has a very high contract….despite his productivity.

  4. By Arrow86 on Jul 31, 2011 | Reply


    I just checked and I don’t know how current their numbers are with salary with all of the free agents moving around right now, but they list the teams with the highest average salary as:

    1. Raiders
    2. Falcons
    3. Bills, (Yikes, where has that gotten them.)
    4. Bears
    5. Bengals

    According to teams in our division it is:
    #4 Bears
    #9 Lions
    #10 Packers (Vike fan or not, they are a well run organization.)
    #16 Vikings. What was of interest to me was that the Patriots are #17. Payroll doesn’t always lead to production or that some of the winningest teams of the last 10 years are shrewd enough or lucky enough to pay their great players a competitive salary, while not breaking the bank for quality role players. Where I live they announced Greenway gets $10 million and Donovan will get $4 million this season.

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