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Vikings’ Mike Zimmer Job Safe

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Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf has stated that head coach Mike Zimmer’s job is safe despite criticism that has reigned down on the team as they fight through a disappointing season, according to the Pioneer Press’ Bob Sansevere.

“We’re very happy with the coach and the entire coaching staff,” Wilf said, per the report.

“It’s great to be in this position in December, that’s for sure. I’m very proud we stepped up and answered any questions about who we were as a team. I think we showed we were one of the best and can beat anyone on any given day.”

Thanks to their blowout victory over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, the Vikings’ playoff hopes are still very much alive, but they were considered to be Super Bowl contenders after signing quarterback Kirk Cousins to a massive contract during the offseason.

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Brian Robison Retires

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Minnesota Vikings veteran defensive end Brian Robison is officially retiring, according to an official video announcement from the team.

Robison, 35, wraps up his career with 60 sacks, which ranks 9th on the Vikings’ all-time franchise list.

The video shows Robison reflecting on his career and his emotional message for Vikings fans.

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Vikings Sign Jordan Taylor

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The Minnesota Vikings have signed veteran wide receiver Jordan Taylor to a one-year deal, according to The Houston Chronicles’ Aaron Wilson.

Taylor, a former undrafted free agent out of Rice, missed the entire 2018 season while recovering from hip surgery and is now healthy.

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Vikings Sign Sean Mannion

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The Minnesota Vikings have signed backup quarterback Sean Mannion to a one-year deal, according to NFL Network insider Mike Garafolo.

According to the Star Tribune’s Ben Goessling, Mannion joined the Vikings on a deal worth up to $900k.

Mannion was the backup for the Los Angeles Rams since entering the league back in 2015, but the Rams’ signing of Blake Bortles meant Mannion was done in Los Angeles.

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