Vikings Make Bowman Signing, Erin Henderson Re-Signing Official

Posted by Mike Wobschall on March 27, 2012 – 1:40 pm

The Vikings have signed veteran free agent CB Zack Bowman and have re-signed LB Erin Henderson. Bowman figures to be in the Vikings CB rotation and will also be a key cog on special teams. Henderson will be the front-runner for a starting outside LB job.

Bowman joins the Vikings organization after spending the past 4 seasons with the Chicago Bears. The
Nebraska graduate has appeared in 46 games, making 16 starts during his career. The 2009  season marked Bowman’s best as he recorded a team-leading 6 INTs, 10 passes defensed and 67 total tackles. The 6 INTs tied for 4th in the NFL in 2009.

In his first season as a starter, Henderson finished 4th on the team with a career high 91 tackles. He also
set career highs with 1.5 sacks, 8 TFL, and 2 FF. A former rookie free agent out of Maryland, Henderson appeared in 15 games in 2011, starting 11.

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  1. By PAVike on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    With this signing it should hopefully push Asher Allen out of a starting role. It will be interesting to see how Bowman fairs against Jennings, Marshall, and Calvin Johnson. We have already seen Chris Cook shutdown some of the best WRs in the game last year (V.Jackson,Bowe,Fitz,) etc. So hopefully Bowmen can produce similar results.

    Welcome to Minnesota Zack.

  2. By LuckyJ84 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I wonder what the latest is on the Vikings being interested in CB Chris Carr.

  3. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    i doubt chris carr is sparking much interest now. I think we are more interested in atogwe. any word on him?

  4. By Rogerthevikefan on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Sign Atogwe as long as it is reasonable.

  5. By DRS on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    For Vikings stadium: One obstacle down, two more to go
    Posted by: Mike Kaszuba under Funding, Minnesota governor, Gov. Mark Dayton, Minnesota legislature, Minnesota state senators, Republicans, State budgets Updated: March 26, 2012 – 6:47 PM

    With a majority of the Minneapolis City Council now on board, the push for a new Minnesota Vikings stadium turned late Monday to satisfying charitable gaming officials as part of a plan to use electronic bingo and pull tabs to help pay for the project

  6. By DRS on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Samuels: Stadium would mean jobs for north Minneapolis
    Updated: March 27, 2012 – 7:17 AM

    Minneapolis 5th Ward City Council member Don Samuels is supporting a new downtown stadium. He says his constituents in north Minneapolis have borne an unfair portion of the unemployment rate.

  7. By RichardA1 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Awesome Vikings, keep it comming….and..we do not want a metrodome2 stadium, we want the one the Vikings want, Arden Hills, with retractable roof. Lets bring back Odin, the 30ft statue of the Viking war God they used to have in the Vikings end zone.

  8. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Odin is not the god of war! Odin is the All father to the vikings the king and ruler of Asgard. Just saying…. But i like the idea! :)

  9. By DRS on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Vikings stadium clears hurdle; more to come in Legislature
    by Tom Scheck, Minnesota Public Radio
    March 27, 2012

    “It’s going to take bipartisan support on both sides to get this thing done. But where there’s a will there’s a way,” Dayton said. “Now we got the way so all we need is the will.”

    “Now we got the way so all we need is the will.”
    - Gov. Mark DaytonHowever, that will is not present on one important front: the state’s share of the new stadium’s costs hinges on electronic pull-tabs. The charities are not fully on board with a plan that authorizes electronic pull-tabs in the state’s bars and restaurants. Officials at Allied Charities of Minnesota said they have not supported the plan because the charities are not getting a large enough tax break.

    Dayton revised the plan earlier this month to give the charities a $10 million annual tax cut. But King Wilson of Allied Charities said they are still working with the stadium bill authors and the Dayton administration on a deal. He warned they aren’t close to an agreement yet.

    “We’re not going to do something that doesn’t work for the folks that we represent,” King said.

  10. By DRS on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I feel like a yoyo on this issue, Yes but is the way of the politicians, why such a fight over this issue, everyone knows that if the Vikings do not get their new stadium this year they will move, the NFL will not subsidize the Vikings for much longer, just ask Mike Wobschall.

  11. By PAVike on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    So excited to see how he progresses next season.

  12. By Troy on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I think the VIkes should re-sign E.J. Henderson cuz he’s like the Vikings’ top defender and he’s a beast at what he does for the team.

  13. By PAVike on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Im not in favor of keeping EJ. Its a passing league and he cant defend the pass. Hes reached a point where hes just too old, and too slow. Hopefully Jasper Brinkley can now be ‘The Guy’. Its time to pass the torch.

  14. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    EJ is a solid player but he is not the top defender I am pretty certian that has belonged to greenway over the last few years :)

  15. By sunnyazvike on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    2nd round pick thoughts.

    1.mark barron 2. stephen hill 3. kendall wright 4. reuben randle 5.alshon jeffery 6.harrison smith

  16. By adrianjedipeterson on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    benny sapp is still on the vikings correct?

  17. By adrianjedipeterson on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    chris cook will not be on the field every game next year…. neither will winefield.

  18. By chrisbreezy on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    adding depth at CB hoping someone steps up and become a reckon force is good idea. does that mean spielman will try that at safety and linebacker because those are our weakness also.

  19. By adrianjedipeterson on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    and what had been done to address the vikings safety issues…. abullah the only one worth something still hasnt resigned

  20. By TO on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Why won’t Chris Cook play every game this year? We need him. Innocent baby.

  21. By Mike B. on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    @RichardA1 what are you smoking are you reading that’s going on. The Stadium is going to be on/near the MOA site. It is not going to have a retractable roof. Be thankful it’s going to be in Minn at all. Wow will they learn.

  22. By Mike B. on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    @adrianjedipeterson He is a FA so basically he’s not nether is abdullah

  23. By Mike B. on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I guess I need to bring a dose of reality in the room

  24. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Safeties = up the creek without a paddle

  25. By PAVike on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    So right currently Raymond is FS, and Sanford is SS? Great. Just great..

  26. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    quick, steed,compton, trumaine johnson,asa jackson and others on small school podcast tonight 8 est

  27. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    PA vike no solution to the problem. I guess draft winston guy and roll with rookies!

  28. By PAVike on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Rodgers, Staford, and Cutler are licking their chops. They cant wait to play us!

  29. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    We can say draft H.Smith or A. Allen but other teams are likely to snag those guys

  30. By Mike B. on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    It is still possible that EJ and Abdullah will be signed yet. Probably on the one year contract deal

  31. By Spencer on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Sign Abdullah, let EJ walk. He doesnt have what it takes to play MLB at a high level anymore.

  32. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    To be honest Sandiamond i think Smith might be there at our pick in the 2nd rd. I don’t see many teams that need to draft a safety in the 1st round. If they do most likely Barron would be first to go. I think being at the top of the 2nd is a good chance to get him. If he is there I say we better!! Unless we snag up Atogwe but i know the lions are looking to offer him a position. :(

  33. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Personally I think Atogwe would choose detriot anyways… Atogwe grew up in Windsor Ontario Canada and that’s directly across the river from detriot and being border cities. He would close to home and mostl likely grew up as a lions fan. Kinda sux for us but unless we can offer a little more money I doubt he coming here :(

  34. By Spencer on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Strong Safety is the primary concern right now. I believe Abdullah will be back, and Raymond is an okay backup. So FS is fine. But SS is not fine. Sanford is Sh-t. After looking at the tape he gave up big play after big play. Hes a good special teams player, but a horrific SS. He looked lost out there every week.

  35. By TITUS on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Spencer, yesterday you said I was late posting the Bowman signing. What does that make Wobshall?

  36. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    lot of cornerbacks on the show!

    Lance don’t forget about temptation from Spielman. Tons of choices/positions in round 2

  37. By Spencer on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Good point Titus, Wobbs is always late. He just made a blog for Schwartz yesturday.

  38. By TITUS on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Like Madden used to say, I can smell Superbowl. We are close.

  39. By Spencer on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    What should we do in the 2nd round??? WR or SS?? I would say WR, but I keep having doubts about Alshon Jeffery.

  40. By TITUS on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Spencer, you are out of hiding? Is it safe?

  41. By chrisbreezy on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    1st: justin blackmon, 2nd: zebrie sanders, 3rd: harrison smith, 4th: vontaze burfict, 4th: tom compton, 4th: dale moss, 5th: hebron fangupo, 6th: josh norman, 7th: blair walsh, 7th: ernest owusu////
    1st: morris claiborne, 2nd: rueben randle, 3rd: harrison smith, 4th: vontaze burfict, 4th: tom compton, 4th: hebron fangupo, 5th: andrew datko, 6th: dale moss, 7th: blair walsh, 7th: ernest owusu

  42. By Spencer on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Only time will tell.

  43. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    WR i feel is a bad choice for us in the 2nd round :( to mch gamble when we could fill a much more needed hole.

    and what of Eric Frampton? I know he is mostly special teams but… 5 years in the nfl now? shouldn’t he be looked at for ss?

  44. By chrisbreezy on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    could give browns this year one 4th round,next year 1st and 2nd round pick for this year pick.then could draft kalil/blackmon, kalil/claiborne, blackmon/claiborne.

  45. By Spencer on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Who are some good SS that we can draft in the 2nd round?

  46. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Harrison Smith is listed as a strong saftey is he not? he would be best at our pick

  47. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    OL Tom Compton sure to be a Fred Jones favorite. Supposedly a blocking machine and from Minnesota

  48. By Spencer on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Thank you Lance, im looking him up right now!

  49. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I think he will be a solid pick in the second round. If there was more of a need from other teams at safety I would say he wouldnt be there. Though mayock sure seems his stock might rise which tells me Harrison’s grad emight be high and a team may grab him the 1st rd. I do hope he falls to us personally

  50. By Dueyz on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I’m a little concerned about taking players from CHI. They seem to recognize when a player lacks talent, and we come along and try to prove them wrong. Berrian, Aromashodu… and now Bowman? We need to stop thinking our divisional rival is going to allow good talent to end up with us.

  51. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Brian Quick has the raw talent but he needs time to develop in the NFL. He even talks that way and understands that. Plus App state runs the spread offense like GT. Do we want a guy from the 2nd or 3rd round on the practice squad for years?

  52. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Something that interested me on Harrison Smith that I found on the net

    •Excellent size (6-foot-1 7/8, 213 pounds)
    •Long arms (32 5/8 inches) and big hands (10 1/4 inches)
    •Impressive athleticism (4.57-second 40 time, 34-inch vertical, 10-foot-2 broad jump, 6.63-second three-cone drill, which led all safeties at the Scouting Combine)
    •Ball-hawking ability – seven interceptions as a junior
    •Lateral ability to run sideline to sideline
    •Highly competitive, well-respected team leader
    •Hard hitter and tackle machine
    •Shows great pre-snap awareness
    •Versatile – played linebacker for much of 2009
    •Blitzing experience – better in the box and against the run

    •Needs to improve his tackling technique, primarily in the way of wrapping up – looks for too many knockout hits
    •Susceptible to play-action fakes and over-commits at times
    •Can play too upright and has lazy footwork on occasion
    •Failed to record an interception as a senior after a stellar junior campaign
    •Particularly struggles in man-to-man coverage

    Expected draft placement

    Smith should be a second-round pick, and it has been reported that San Diego Chargers general manager A.J. Smith is enamored with him. Coincidentally, the Bolts are in desperate need of a strong safety. Don’t be surprised if the GM trades up to secure Smith’s services.

    The Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions may also show considerable interest in Smith during the second round.

  53. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Lance, NE(two) and GB have picks right before us at 35. The pats need safeties like we do hiring them off the street last year. Nick Collins is somewhat questionable coming back for green bay next year. More worried about Smith being snagged at the top of round 1

  54. By Kyle on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Aromashodu didn’t turn out that bad. He isn’t good but he isn’t terrible. He was one of our better WR last year. And besides, this was his first year really playing on offense a lot. we will see this year

  55. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I think Barron might be more what NE will be looking to get. GB I didn’t consider them it is possible but what other needs to GB need? Safety a huge issue to them? I think they may take the best avail…. they have the tam to do that. But if I had to choose for them and I hate this because i hate them. I would pick them a DE. Jones maybe/?

  56. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I agree kyle and don’t forget we have a manny arceneaux who will be fighting devin for playing time. So if he dont work out manny gets a shot plus might push devin to play better this year

  57. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Lance lol I can’t force myself either to search for what GB needs in the draft! For the Vikes it’s probably Harrison or just skip S until later in the draft

  58. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    lol Ya I agree after Harriosn there isnt much at SS to draft in the early rounds. Nothing worthy of even our 3rd pick in my opinion. So if we cant get harrison lets just hope we snag atogwe in FA or something. :P

    I also think we need to look at maybe a DT at our 3rd pick? I personally sont like fred evans and Ballard is still kinda untested to me. I know it was hard to replace Pat williams but man :( have so much potential right now fr our front 4! one man away from making al three of those QB’s in our division run for their lives :P

  59. By Lance on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Like I am sorry everyone but if we going to be the bottom of the division this year to rebuilding…. I want to at least enjoy the game we loose :P I want to see Cutler go down! I want to see rodgers wearing jared allen all day long. I want to watch stafford have no time at all to throw that ball to calvin johnson. Just saying :) it maybe be 2-3 years of rebuilding. Don’t mean I cant still enjoy watching us play :)

  60. By Spencer on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I think we can make the playoffs this year.

  61. By charliewest40 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    love to hear that Spencer, just a few more holes to fill

  62. By charliewest40 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I want to know what were gonna play on defense this year.

    Cover 2 or more man

  63. By charliewest40 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Plan B if we dont go Harrison Smith in the 2nd

    #3 Matt Kalil OT
    #35 Josh Robinson CB
    #67 Brian Quick WR
    #98 Jerry Franklin MLB
    #128 Brandon Taylor FS

  64. By NorthwoodsVikesFan on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Last thing I read about Atogwe was that he decided not to visit MN.

  65. By NorthwoodsVikesFan on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    But that was 2 weeks ago when he was scheduled to visit.

  66. By Kyle on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Mayock just released that Kirkpatrick is now the 3rd best corner. What i think that we should do. Is either with our first pick get kahlil or blackmon. and then with the second pick trade one of our 4ths this year and a third next year to trade up in the second and get DRE KIRKPATRICK, HARRISON SMITH. They would be a big boost to our defense this year and both positions we need badely.

    Go Vikes!!!!!

    also… anyone else going to the draft party in April????

  67. By Carl K on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Charlie- Great picks! At pick 98 we might be able to land MLB Mychal Kendricks.

    I like plan B…. I think Brandon Taylor is a SS.

    Josh Robinson might be a bit of a reach at 35 but I think he has more up side than Alfonzo Dennard and doesn’t have the red flags that J Jenkins has.

  68. By Carl K on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I really think Miami will trade up to # 3 to get Tannehill. So if Tannehill and Quinto Coples are picked in the top seven… Blackmon will fall to the Vikinga with the # 8 pick.

    Miami has 2- 3rd round picks. I think they will offer the Vikings a 3rd round pick and a 2nd round pick to move up.

    So a trade down would give us Blackmon or R Rieff, plus 4 other pick in the top 75.

    The Tannehill buzz is about heat up.

  69. By charliewest40 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Carl , Brandon Taylor is a Free Safety for LSU I believe.

    How good is Kendricks ?

  70. By charliewest40 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I hope your right about Miami moving up to #3. I personally dont think we have to get Kalil and with a trade we would find additional starters.

    Go Vikes !!!!!

  71. By Northern Norseman on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I would not be surprised at all to see the Vikings trade up into the end of the 1st round to snag someone they prize.

    Any thoughts/ideas on which prospects the Vikings would trade up for if one did indeed slip to the end of the 1st?

    Just a hypothetical for debate sake

  72. By charliewest40 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Absolutely CB Stephon Gilmore

  73. By Mike B. on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    @Carl K. Do you think that Miami is going to pay the price the Vikings are going to want to lose out on Kalil. Spielman is going to want next years 1st round pick along with their current 2nd and 3rd round. This will not guarantee we get any of the top 3 non QB picks. It is too risky a move. I just read in that Tannehill is not a top ten pick, so is way out of the Luck/RGIII class. I think this is a stupid move on the Vikings part and they should take Kalil and make the team tons better.

  74. By Mike B. on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Kalil is the real deal and we need to run to the podium when our pick is up. I would only trade down if the Browns want Tannehill badly enough. Then move to #4 and take Kalil that’s it. We need Kalil on the OL. He will be an all pro for the decade.

  75. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    1 Kalil LT
    2 M. Sanu WR
    3 Brandon Boykin CB/KR/PR
    4 Cyrus Gray RB
    4 DaJohn Harris DT
    4 Juron Criner WR
    5 Dequan Menzie CB/S
    6 Tom Compton OL
    7 Levi Adc oc k OT
    7 Matt Daniels SS

  76. By sandiamond on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Gilmore/ Barron, Norseman

  77. By AJue11 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    They seriously didn’t sign CB carr? look alive Spielman can you imagine what Cook, Carr, and Winfield could do? I know keep Asher Allen off the field.

  78. By Woodboat on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Whew… I hope you are wrong in your predictions, sandiamond. If you are correct, we are going to lose a LOT of games this year.

    I HOPE we don’t pick a WR until the 4th rd, and then only if there is a steal.

    O Line and DBs… early and often.

  79. By Woodboat on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    Norseman… it wouldn’t surprise me, either. If they do trade up into the 1st rd, it’ll be for someone that goes “Aaron Rodgers” and freefalls on draft day.

  80. By will on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    with what the vikings have been doing or a should i say lack of doing it would be no surprise that the vikings trade down out of this pick and will probably not ask much for it, i wish someone would buy this team and fire everybody cause now we are gonna stink for many years to come rick spielman is gonna wreck this team so bad i mean look at his track record last 2 yrs he cant draft at all

  81. By Taylor on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    I hope that instead of the GM thinking about trading the 3rd overall, he would consider tradeing ALL ’3′ 4th round picks for one good player. If the bears can get a high power wr like brandon marshall for just 2 3rd rounders than we can definetly get sombody for the 3 4ths

  82. By Northern Norseman on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply


    Essentially we only have 1 4th round selection to trade since the other 2 4th rounders are compensatory picks and you cannot trade those.

  83. By RichardA1 on Mar 27, 2012 | Reply

    @mike b, maybe something I smoked in the past, nah, I’m talking about the stadium they want to build where the dome is, this will be nothing more than the dome 2, people will hate it, especially people who have been told for years, we will make sure it has a retractable roof. Arden Hills is what the Vikes want, thats what I want. Bring back the 30ft statue of Odin to the Vikes end zone. Defense.

  84. By Rogerthevikefan on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    LT and secondary to start off the first 2 days of the draft.

  85. By TheValentine84 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    1. LT Matt Khalil
    2. CB Stephen Gilmore/Alfonso Dennard
    3. WR Stephen Hill/Tommy Streeter
    4a. Safety George Iloka
    4b. LB Vontaze Burfict/Mychal Kendricks
    4c. RB Lamichael James (hopefully), Chris Rainey
    5+ Depth positions

    What do you guys think? If this happened I think we would come away from the draft a much stronger team.

  86. By DesertViking on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Looks pretty good. But I highly doubt that Stephen Hill will fall to the 3rd, if anything the Raiders will make a push for him in the 1st lol. I would love to see LaMichael a Viking. I truly think he’s going to be a great back in the NFL. Him and Robert Turbin are the most underrated RB’s coming out this year, IMO.

  87. By DesertViking on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply


  88. By sars on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    with this signing i am confident we will pick up matt kalil forsure now. end of debate about who we are gonna pick up in the third round

  89. By David Rainey on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    A foot injury is one of the most difficult to overcome. It is unlikely this guy will be able to avoid the injury bug. He has so many injuries it will be something different every week. More mediocrity!

  90. By Mike B. on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    @RichardA1 then be ready to be disappointed as Dome 2 is what we are going to get.

  91. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Woodboat! u are not making any sense. That mock has 6 out of 10 OL&DB. Nobody in their right mind would pick all OL and DB in the draft. Too many scoreboard production players to pass on.
    Talk about losing, we would quickly be behind the other 31 teams without adding skill players
    So many holes I couldn’t even find a slot for linebacker and kicker!!!

  92. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    C Johnson was the 32nd ranked LT in football last season…Worst in the NFL in one of the most important positions on the field…Especially when you have a brand new franchise QB getting ruined by taking so many cracks from his blind side…

    Spielman gets the chance to draft one of the highest ranked LT position players to come out of any drafts this April…A player he most likely would have been willing to give up most of the Vikings draft picks to obtain…But Spielman is going to be lucky enough to have Kalil drop right into his lap with the 3rd overall pick…

    With the 3rd pick in the draft…The Vikings LT position can go from “worst to first”…Or close to that…

    Unless some team goes completely nuts throwing away draft picks to get into the number 3 spot in the draft…

    LT Kalil will be the pick…

  93. By Saddy on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Tom pelissero from ESPN went on a Twitter blitz after meeting with Fraziers, here is some info;

    If the season started today this is how the ol will look according to frazier, Johnson LT, degeare LG, Sullivan C, Fusco RG, Loadholt RG

    Vikings will draft a split end to stretch the field vertically

    Vikings will draft another running back who will carry 1st downs

    Still not decided about 3rd pick all 3 kalil, claiborne and blackmon are in play

  94. By Saddy on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    On the MLB Erin and Brinkley a possibility, looking to draft 2 LB to create competition

  95. By Anthony on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Justin Bethel
    Bethel has started four years for the Presbyterian College Blue Hose. He is athletic and possesses good size for the position, but is also regarded as a very heady player who influences receivers with physicality from the boundary corner spot. He is an interesting late-round prospect based on his athletic ability and skills supporting the run.
    STRENGTHS Bethel is a very effective pass and run defender, and is physical when tackling and also when up working on the line of scrimmage in man. He has athletic ability that translates well to reacting to the ball in man, and the explosiveness to come down field and make plays in zone.
    WEAKNESSES There are concerns about the level of competition Bethel faced in college and how much of a learning curve he will have at the next level. He is a smart player but can get caught flat-footed at times in man. He takes false steps off the snap and labors into his back pedal, all things he will need to work on while transitioning into the NFL.

  96. By Saddy on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Here are my top split ends:

    Justin Blackmon – Beast
    Floyd – Super Beast – I would be okay with Vikings trading down to get him
    Jeff Fuller – Starter
    Brian Quick – Starter
    Ty Hilton – Potential starter
    Dale Moss – A project that could become a beast

    Please rank your best Split Ends now we know this an area that they are looking to score..

  97. By DRS on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Vikings stadium drive still stalled in Senate

    Article by: MIKE KASZUBA , Star Tribune Updated: March 27, 2012 – 9:49 PM

    When the panel heard the Vikings stadium plan on March 14 and abruptly adjourned without voting, Bakk said the political dealing fell apart when only three of the panel’s Republicans indicated they would vote for it.

    Sen. Claire Robling, R-Jordan, another Republican on the panel, said Tuesday she too had lingering concerns. While the Minneapolis City Council’s stadium support is “important,” she said, it is “not as critical to me as the [state] funding source.”

    “I still need to see some kind of a backup funding that guarantees that it will not involve the [state's] general fund,” she said Tuesday.

    Sen. Warren Limmer, R-Maple Grove, went a step further, saying that despite the City Council majority’s backing, he would not support a Vikings proposal without a referendum in Minneapolis on the city’s public subsidy package.

    “I’ve always been in support of the population [in] the host community weighing in on it,” said Limmer, who also sits on Vandeveer’s panel. “They need to cast a vote to give us an indication that that’s actually something they want in their back yard.”

    Bakk said Tuesday that Sen. Julie Rosen, R-Fairmont, the chief Senate author of the stadium legislation, had not indicated when — or whether — she would try again to push the Vikings plan through Vandeveer’s panel. “It tells me we’re running out of time to get it done,” he said.

    Mike Kaszuba • 651-925-5045

  98. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Where is DRS ??…

    Jim Holler has written a nice article asking fans to wear their purple and gold this Sunday…April 1st…To let government know we want the Vikings to stay in MN !!!…

    I will be wearing my jersey on Sunday !!!….And calling Zellers again also…: )

  99. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Saddy I believe T.Y. Hilton is only 5’8 or so. Too short for the job

  100. By DRS on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Sounds like there will be no new stadium this year and no Minnesota Vikings next year, this may be the last year there will be a draft for Minnesota fans, the problem is that everyone thinks that the dome is not that bad and that the Vikings should renovate the thing and keep playing there.

  101. By DRS on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    OTKalil2012, I am in New Mexico, wish I could be there.

  102. By DRS on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    I hope all the Vikings fans in Minnesota will show up for us fans that cannot.

  103. By Carl K on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Mike B- Pick 3 is worth 2200 points on a draft value scale.

    Miami’s pick #8 is worth 1400
    Miami’s pick #42 is worth 480
    Miami’s pick #72 is worth 230
    Total 2110… It does favor Miami.. a later round pick would even it out a little more. What I am saying is a 1st round pick may not be needed for Spielman to trade back. If we have an extra high 2nd round pick and 3rd round pick we could trade back up into the first round and have 2 first round picks this year.

    Tannehill is a reach at pick #3 and will not be worth Miami trading the farm for.

  104. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

  105. By DRS on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Well off to do more VA stuff, later everyone.

  106. By Matthias on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Peterson expected to run on surface next week:

  107. By SkolVikes98 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    I hope Bowman’s only role is on special teams…..

  108. By Carl K on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Charlie- Kendericks looked great at the combine, and is ranked in the top 100 by

    Brandon Taylor is listed as SS by and but I am not saying he can’t play FS

    @Mike B – I am in favor of taking Kalil and not trading down… But my gut is telling me Spielman has his mind made up to trade back.

    Tannehill is not RG3… so my worst case is the Vikings get pick 42 and pick 72 from Miami and will have Blackmon or R Rieff at #8, and plenty of picks to trade “up” into the first round to get Kirkparick, Barron, Floyd or whoever.

  109. By Troutdaddy on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    @RichardA1 and DRS- First it would not be a “Dome2″ The fact that it will be larger, modern and not a freaking bubble is heads and tails above what the old Dome is. I know that the Arden Hills is like the coolest possible outcome but for what could still be a very good possibility you have to like the othe option as well, especially if that is what it is going to take to keep the Vikes in Minnesota. Beggars can not be choosers. DRS- Don’t give up hope. As you very well know and have reported continually on every blog, this is going to be an up-and-down process. The fat lady has not sung yet and there is still a lot to come. Vikes will get their new location. Stay optimistic… :)

  110. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    DRS…Keep up the great work for veterans !!…

    Carl K…I thought I saw Taylor listed as a SS also…But sure he can handle the S position well in any system really…

    Draft coming up is exciting..And great to hear everyone’s favorites going in…

    The draft “mock muncher 2012″ is predicting the first 2 rounds this Aprils draft…Just saw the muncher has my favorite 2 picks projected the most on all draft boards so far…

    Kalil…first round…

    Rueben Randle…second round…

    But its early…The “mock muncher” can change a lot before the draft is actually here…But always fun to watch..Along with all the other mock drafts coming out…

  111. By Mike B. on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    @Carl K. Miami might be looking for a QB of the future, but Tannehill is a work in progress. I think Miami may wait it out till next year and look forward to that draft for their QB of the future. I think that Cleveland with McCoy already in place is a better place to pick up Tannehill and have an open competition between McCoy and Tannehill. Maybe Spielman can talk Holemgren out of their second 1st round or the second round pick. We still get Kalil a much safter trade.

  112. By Parody on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Recently Spielman has been quoted as asking people to name the starting Left Tackles on Super Bowl teams. This was used as an excuse as to why it may not be a good idea to take Kalil in the #3 spot. The flaw with this is that offensive linemen are right up there among the least featured players in the NFL. So whether or not they’re good, you hardly ever hear their names.

    I just went back and looked at the draft of the Super Bowl teams of this century and found out that 4/5ths of them had taken an offensive lineman in the first round within 6 years of going to the big game (4 years for every team other than the 2008 Steelers, who had Simmons in the 2005 and 2008 game).

    Furthermore, 2/3 of the Super Bowl teams this century had at least two offensive linemen drafted in the first two rounds in the previous 6 years.

    A lot of these teams didn’t have a chance to pick in the top-ten of the draft. Generally Super Bowl teams are successful for years before making it to the big game. But 4 teams have been able to pull it off this century, including the Rams (T-Orlando Pace), Ravens (G-Jonathan Ogden), Cardinals (T-Levi Brown), and Panthers (T-Jordan Gross). All of them made it to the Super Bowl within 4 years of selecting their linemen.

    Only three Super Bowl teams this Century have not been a part of the early drafting of linemen, (either a 1st round pick, or multiple 1st/2nd round picks in the previous 6 years).

    Only 3 teams were able to make it to the game without a first round lineman, and they were all lead by Superstar QBs: Peyton Manning (2), Eli Manning (2) & Tom Brady (1 [Center Damien Woody was the 17th pick and on the team in the '01 and '03 games, but not '04]).

    Yes, even some of the greats had a 1st round lineman to help them get to the game. Tom Brady has played in 5 Super Bowls, but only had one of them without a first round lineman in front of him and Ben Roethlisberger had one in each of his appearances.

    LONG story short, DRAFT KALIL! Or at least trade back and draft a lineman later in the first. It is almost impossible to make it to the Super Bowl without doing this.

  113. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    AWESOME research there Parody !!!…

    nuff said !!!….. : )

  114. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    report out : Asante Samuel is now willing to restructure his current contract if it would increase his chances of being traded out of Philadelphia. The Eagles should be able to get a third-round pick for the trade

  115. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply


    Except for the part..”or some other O-lineman in the first round”…

    Kalil is the man..The combine proved he was hands down the best LT in the draft…R Reif even underachieved at the combine with a poor showing…

    There is no other LT close to Kalil in talent…Vikings should take the best..

    Not just the…”maybe” he will be good enough…

    Kalil is a projected pro bowl player…

  116. By Parody on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    If we’re talking trades, let’s turn our first 3 picks into 3 first rounders. Go with Carl K’s suggestion of trading with Miami, getting their 1, 2 and 3 for our 1.
    Then trade our 2 and 3 (550+255 value) for Cincinatti’s 1b (pick 21 worth 800).
    Then trade Miami’s 2 and 3 (480+225 value) for New England’s 1a (pick 27 worth 680).

    With that we’d be dropping 125 in total value, but could fill all three of our biggest weaknesses with first rounders, grabbing OT, DB, and WR with picks 8, 21 and 27. Then we just wait until the 4th round to start filling in depth at other positions.

  117. By Parody on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    OTK – I felt that I needed to throw in the option of trading back, considering most of the teams who made it to the Super Bowl did so with a late first rounder on the line. I compared the earliest drafted linemen on each team, and found that they averaged to be pick 23. The 2006 Colts were not included in this equation, because they had not drafted an early lineman.

  118. By Parody on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Scratch that – a small error in the equation – they averaged to be pick 22.

  119. By charliewest40 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    What if: Miami was really impressed with Tannehills proday today and offered us their #8,2nd and 3rd rounders for our #3 pick ?

    What could our draft look like

    1st—-#8 OT Reilly Reiff rank at position 2
    2nd—#35 WR Mohamed Sanu 5
    2nd—#42 CB Alfonso Dennard 5
    3rd—#67 FS Markelle Martin 1
    3rd—#73 CB Trumaine Johnson 14
    4th—#98 MLB Mychal Keendricks 9
    4th—#128 OG
    4th—#134 RB

    Wow we could remake our defensive backfield for years to come and handle the Calvin Johnsons , Brandon Marshalls, etc

  120. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Frazier says the vikings will draft a RB for 1st downs. Ballard available round 4

  121. By Parody on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Sandiamond – I thought Frazier doesn’t get to decide who we draft this year…

  122. By charliewest40 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    We could compete THIS year with a draft like that !!!

  123. By Carl K on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Right on Parody. Well said. Exactly what I was thinking.

    I am not saying I am in favor of trading back… just that I can see Spielman trading back and not asking for a kings ransom.

  124. By iaVIKE on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Parody- Yah that’s what i was thinkin too. Sounds like Spielman is calling ALL of the shots in the draft. Obviously there will be input from those around him

  125. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Why would Spielman switch with Miami at #8 ???..

    I bet Fisher has already offered Spielman to switch his #6 for the Vikings #3 in the first round…

    And even thrown in the top pick #33 of the second round also..To move back up in the first round to grab Kalil…

    Blackmon is only one of several very good WR’s in this draft…

    Fisher needs to protect Bradford also…If Fisher can find a way to trade back up to the 3rd pick and draft Kalil…I think he will do just that…And get his receiver later in the draft…

  126. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Spielman and Frazier probably working in conjuction during the vikings current draft analysis. I’m all for it… two minds better than one

  127. By iaVIKE on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    I havn’t even considered a RB in this years draft….how high do you think we’ll draft one and who are some possibilities?

  128. By Carl K on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    OTK- Miami would be the worst case trade option for the Vikings!
    That is what I am trying to find out… what is the lowest offer the Vikings may take…or may have an offer worth looking at.

  129. By Parody on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    iaVike – I really don’t think we should draft a RB at all. We picked up Lex Hilliard in free agency who I think will be an upgrade to who we had at #3 RB last year. We also still have Caleb King on the roster. Experts were surprised that nobody picked him in the supplemental draft, giallowing us to take him as an UDFA.

    I think even if Toby and AP aren’t ready to go on day 1, these two will be able to fill in adequately enough until they’re back. I think it would be foolish to grab another RB just because our starters aren’t quite at 100% yet.

  130. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    for 1st downs… would be a b r u s i er type running back not a third-down quick back. Got to be in that c l u s t e r of picks rounds 4-5

  131. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Parody the pick-up of Hilliard and the others must have been to find a replacement for Jimmy K… blocking fullback

  132. By iaVIKE on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    That’s why i found it odd when Frazier said we are definitely drafting a RB, cause ive heard pretty good things about Caleb King, and i assumed Toby would be good to go for week 1, and AP soon after

  133. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Carl K…The only team that makes sense for any trade with the Vikings is the Rams for me…

    If the Vikings and Rams would swap picks #3 and #6 in the first round and…

    Rams the give up the #33 pick in the second round…

    The Rams might also have to give up their 4th round pick up to the Vikings…

    That…Might make Spielman think hard about making the trade…First pick in the draft on day 2 would be huge !!…

    And if the Vikings owned 2 picks out of the top 3 picks starting on the third day of the draft…That would also be power going into day 2 for the Vikings…

    Trade values on those second and third days at the top of the draft would have massive value for Spielman…That might sway him to trade…

    While not really doing any harm to the Rams draft…They still have that extra second round pick from Washington…Not to mention the first round picks from Washington in 2013 and 2014…

  134. By Parody on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    I see Hilliard as more of a 3rd down blocking HB. I’d like to think that either Asiata or D’Imperio has improved enough to take over as our FB. Jerome Felton was also signed during free agency as a FB, so he could be our man at that position this year.

  135. By Parody on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    OTK – Who would the Rams take if they made that trade? All offseason, it seems like everyone has been projecting Blackmon as their target, who should still be available at pick 6 if they don’t trade.

  136. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Parody…I think Blackmon is a smokescreen…Bradford has been slapped silly behind the Rams O-line also…

    Way to many good receivers in the draft…And only one outstanding LT…

    My bet is Fisher wants Kalil…Or at least will try to trade too get him if he can..

    Its the only trade that makes any sense to me…Rams are the only team with enough draft picks to pull a trade like that off…With what I believe Spielman will be asking in a trade offer…

  137. By iaVIKE on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    OTK- AT MOST what do you think fisher gives us for #3 and Kalil?

  138. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    iaVike…Fisher has 2 future first round picks in his pocket…No team will touch them..

    The MOST I see Fisher giving up for the #3 pick…Would be trading the Vikings and Rams picks in the first round…Being the #3 and #6 picks and…

    I don’t think Spielman even talks if the Rams are not willing to give up the #33 pick in the second round…And I could see Fisher doing that…Without much of a problem…

    But I think Spielman will want more than that…That is where it would get interesting…Getting close to draft day…Both Fisher and Spielman might go along with Fisher adding the Rams 4th round pick to the pot…And make the trade on draft day…Maybe Spielman might hold out for an extra 3rd rounder ??..But if their were any talks about this trade between the 2 clubs…I would leave the tail end of that offer up until draft day…Things could change a lot for either team before the draft…But the 2 teams could have at least the initial ground work done for a trade offer…sort of speak…

    I see Fisher maybe swapping #3 and #6 picks…With Fisher maybe trading away the #33 and the Rams 4th round pick to do that…That might be a good trade for both teams involved..

    That way the Rams can take any player they want in the draft…After the 2 QB’s are taken…

  139. By Parody on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    OTK – I see your point, but the Rams have recently drafted OTs in the beginning of the first and second round (picks 2 and 33 overall), so I have a feeling they’ll be looking for a different solution to the sack problem.

  140. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Parody…From what I have heard…The Rams have been disappointed in the play from those players…

    Fisher made comments earlier after first getting hired…He was planning upgrades along the O-line to help protect Bradford better…

  141. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    RB prospects for the Vikings in the middle rounds:

    Vick Ballard 5-10 219 miss state
    Cyrus Gray 5-10 206 texas a&m
    Terrance Ganaway 6-0 241 baylor
    Isaiah Pead 5-10 197 cinn
    Bernard Pierce 6-0 218 temple
    Tauren Poole 5-10 205 tenn
    Marc Tyler 5-11 219 usc
    Robert Turbin 5-10 222 utah state

  142. By OTKalil2012 on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    Maybe the Rams will be happy with a chance to get OL R Reif or some other player like WR Blackmon in the draft ??…

    Its just that I think the Rams are the only team with enough draft picks to make a trade up in the draft…

    At least I am hoping Spielman believes Kalil is worth a lot…Before trading back from a chance to have a future pro bowl player at LT on his Vikings team…

  143. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    top 4 of the 8 the vikings would look at:

    Pead / Ballard…. senior bowl standouts
    Turbin / Ganaway…. “size” with smaller backs going undrafted these days

  144. By VIKINGFAN4LIFE on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    okay good we got Erin back and got a CB now try to get a guy like Lardarius Webb or Chris Carr please

  145. By vman on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    I love it we have 10 overall picks….is it just me..or does anybody think they should think about a good quality backup QB in the draft? I love Ponder and I think hes the future, but would it hurt to pick up someone if they fall to us, say, in the 4th round. Like WI QB Russell Wilson. I hope nothing happens to Ponder, but if it does, I’m not sold on Webb and Rosy. I’m all for Kalil in 1st, WR in 2nd , DB 3rd, best player after that…just trying to mix it up alittle……more beer I guess.

  146. By sandiamond on Mar 28, 2012 | Reply

    vman you should see the love Gruden(raiders) has for Russell. kissy kiss at pre-visit today in CA

  147. By vman on Mar 30, 2012 | Reply

    I think Russell is a sleeper…im bias, from wis, watched all the games. He has skills, his height is no concern to me. I heard Gruden did a breakdown of Russell and some other QB’s and it will be shown on espn soon..i’m telln ya…think about it.

  148. By RetiredK9 on Mar 30, 2012 | Reply

    Anyone who thinks that Zack Bowman will make your pass defense any better is dreaming. This guy couldn’t start in Chicago, and their corners are nothing special.
    That said, Bowman will make a difference on special teams. Make no mistake, he is an upgrade as a starter for your defense, but if they do start him, it will reduce his effectiveness on special teams. The Vikings coaches will just have to pick their poision. Personally, if I’m starting him on defense at cornerback, with all of the running he’ll have to do, I wouldn’t also put him on special teams, because he’ll be pooped out by the fourth quarter, and the Vikings will then have to suffer the likes of Devin Hester and others making long returns. Not what you want to see, especially late in a game.

  149. By RetiredK9 on Mar 30, 2012 | Reply

    I’m impressed. Lots of fire on this site, lots of support for your Vikings. I hate to do this (no I don’t, but you know what I mean) but you guys are in for one miserable season.
    Consider: Your home opponents are Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Arizona, San Francisco, Tampa, Jacksonville, and Tennessee. In your wildest dreams you’re not going to have a winning record. Probable losses loom to all three of your division rivals and the 49ers. In the remaining games, you might be favored in two, or even three, of those games, but you’re not sweeping the remaining four games. I think you’ll beat Tampa, Jacksonville, and Arizona and lose to a revitalized Tennessee team, for a 3-5 home mark.
    Now it gets fun. You’re not going to win on the road at Chicago, Green Bay, or Detroit. Nor will you prevail in Houston. That leaves as your remaining road schedule St. Louis, Seattle, Washington, and Indianapolis. Personally I think you beat the Colts and the Redskins, and split with the Rams and Seahawks. leaving you with identical 3-5 records home and away.
    A breakthrough season will see you beating Tennessee at home and both Seattle and St Louis on the road, leaving you 8-8.
    On the other hand, a disaster could be looming, with wins only against the Colts, Redskins, and probably against one of Jacksonville, St Louis, or Seattle, which will leave you 3-13.
    My personal opinion lies somewhere in the middle. While the season stacks up for you to be swept in your division, I think you might break through and beat one of your divisional rivals one time. That said, I predict 6-10 for the Vikings. Hey, at least you’ll draft high again.

  150. By HuskersForVikings on Apr 30, 2012 | Reply

    Zack Bowman is an outstanding player and the Husker Nation is proud of his contributions while he played here. I feel the Vikings are just the home he’s been waiting for. VERY EXCITED to watch him throw down in PURPLE! Welcome to the Vikings Zack! Do us proud.

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