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Vikings at the NFL Scouting Combine: What we’re hearing about their offseason plans
INDIANAPOLIS — After a while, the days and nights at the NFL Scouting Combine blend together.
Conversations with agents and team personnel bleed into dinners over steaks and drinks. The week lays a foundation for what lies ahead.
Here’s what we heard about the Minnesota Vikings in Indianapolis, ranging from the future of quarterback Kirk Cousins to potential defensive upgrades this offseason:
1. Cousins’ future remains uncertain
All Cousins needs is one — one team willing to go above and beyond in terms of dollars and guarantees. But does that one team exist?
Over the weekend, The Athletic ’s Dianna Russini mentioned the Atlanta Falcons as a possibility for Cousins, and she is right that “it makes all the sense in the world.” Owner Arthur Blank is 81. The Falcons’ roster is ready-made to compete. But Atlanta has often been linked with Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields .
If Atlanta does not push Minnesota, who will? The Las Vegas Raiders need a quarterback, but general manager Tom Telesco might consider his experience of trying to win early in San Diego and how that affected the future. The Washington Commanders’ leadership might want to quickly alter the franchise’s perception, but the Commanders’ roster is less well-rounded. There’s no obvious answer, and the clock is ticking.
The Vikings want Cousins back but on their terms. They believe his best option is with exceptional weapons, a familiar system and a city and locker room that have come to appreciate him for who he is. Whether Cousins agrees will likely depend on the gulf between the Vikings’ offer and another team’s. But again, there has to be another team.
Vikings’ Kirk Cousins negotiation is test of discipline in front office's long-term vision
2. Hiring McCown as quarterbacks coach is a multifaceted move
In 2015, Josh McCown first met Vikings coach Kevin O’Connell on a recruiting visit to Cleveland. O’Connell had been hired as the team’s quarterbacks coach, and McCown, then a 35-year-old journeyman QB, was looking for a new NFL team. McCown was skeptical, but ten minutes into their conversation, O’Connell was scribbling on the whiteboard and they were jelling.
“So much of recruiting is wining and dining,” McCown told me in 2022, “and all that is well and good. But we were going to do football. I was encouraged because even though Kevin was a younger guy, I knew that I was going to get better being around this dude. This guy is sharp.”
O’Connell felt similarly. McCown landed with the Cleveland Browns , and their relationship strengthened. Trust is partly why O’Connell hired McCown as the Vikings’ new quarterbacks coach. The hiring takes some of the load off O’Connell’s back.
It also shifts former quarterbacks coach Chris O’Hara into a pass-game specialist role, where O’Hara will prioritize game planning and third-down preparation. McCown’s presence is also useful because he can relate to veterans and has experience working with highly touted draftees ( Sam Darnold , Jalen Hurts , Bryce Young , etc.). Another facet to consider: McCown coached North Carolina’s Drake Maye, whom the Vikings adore.
3. Vikings have done their homework on the draftable QBs
In the public sphere, analysts began to project Jayden Daniels as a top-end talent as he tore through college football on the way to securing the Heisman Trophy. Some teams had similar reactions. One LSU staffer said Friday that the Vikings were one of the earliest teams to dive into, evaluate and express an interest in Daniels.
This shouldn’t be a surprise. The Vikings have combed through the quarterbacks in the past two drafts. The first provided little in the way of eye-popping talents ( Kenny Pickett was the first quarterback taken), and the 13-win season in 2022 left the Vikings with the 23rd pick and needing to mortgage major future assets to get one of the elite QBs.
Most NFL evaluators have been eyeing USC’s Caleb Williams and Maye for a couple of years. Daniels’ ascension has been different, but it hasn’t caught Minnesota off-guard. It remains unclear whether the Vikings will be willing (or able) to move heaven and earth to snag one of the three.
4. Moving on from Mattison highlights their belief about positional value
The Vikings didn’t cut Dalvin Cook last year because they think running backs don’t matter. They made the move because they didn’t think Cook’s value matched the contract his representatives sought.
Minnesota believed that Alexander Mattison , paired with a revamped commitment to the ground game with block-first tight end Josh Oliver , could make the team more efficient on the ground.
The strategy failed. It didn’t help that the Vikings lost Justin Jefferson for two months, but Minnesota’s run game in 2023 mirrored 2022’s. It was middling. Mattison lacked burst. Second-year talent Ty Chandler flashed, but pass-protection mishaps limited his usage.
The Vikings will feature Chandler prominently in 2024. Minnesota could also use the NFL Draft or free agency to add a veteran presence to the room.
5. Don’t be surprised if they spend on defense
How many new defensive starters do the Vikings need?
Begin the thought experiment on the defensive line. Minnesota’s two starting edge rushers in 2023, Danielle Hunter and D.J. Wonnum , are impending free agents. Meanwhile, defensive tackle Jonathan Bullard is certain to hit the market. You could argue that Minnesota could upgrade Harrison Phillips’ spot, too. And we haven’t even reached the second level.
The off-ball linebacker has at least one obvious hole, as veteran Jordan Hicks also will be a free agent. Ivan Pace Jr. showed countless flashes, but even he might fit best as a situational pass rusher.
Then there’s the secondary. The Vikings could benefit from an upgrade at one outside cornerback spot: Akayleb Evans’ position. Safety is less of a need, but Harrison Smith ’s retirement could leave another hole.
A conservative projection could leave the Vikings needing to find six new defensive starters. The worst-case scenario could mean eight. Any pre-draft or free-agency projection should begin here. The Vikings will likely allocate most of their nine draft picks to this unit. Expect them to pursue experienced free-agent options as well and to spend most of their non-quarterback and non-extension money on these positions.
6. Departures could force Vikings to get creative at edge rusher
There is a realistic world in which the Vikings lose Hunter and Wonnum. Only Patrick Jones II, Andre Carter II and potentially even Marcus Davenport (at a major discount) would remain at one of the most important positions in the sport.
Several sources around the league expect Hunter to find a longer-term deal worth more than $20 million in average annual value elsewhere. The Vikings refrained from signing Hunter to a massive contract last offseason. General manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah spoke hesitantly Tuesday about the looming negotiations.
“It’s not just about this season but the next season,” Adofo-Mensah said. “The players have their needs. We’ll go to the table and try to figure it out and see if we can talk about a way to find a deal to meet in the middle.”
Wonnum’s price point will be far more palatable than Hunter’s, but his 2023 production is likely to mean another team will overpay the athletic and seemingly ascending 26-year-old. In short, the market for Wonnum is expected to be robust.
Lose both players, and the already lacking pass rush will be further depleted. Drafting a stud like Alabama’s Dallas Turner could help fill the void. Signing a mid-tier candidate like Jonathan Greenard would make sense. Minnesota could also explore the trade market, but teams that might be willing to move high-end options (the Los Angeles Chargers with Khalil Mack ; the Philadelphia Eagles with Haason Reddick ) will want premium draft capital in return.
7. The 2022 draft class remains a frequent discussion point
You cannot speak about the Vikings’ situation without their 2022 draft class coming up. Team personnel, agents and other league executives will point out that previous drafts left the cupboard bare. Still, Minnesota’s 2022 class is mind-blowingly devoid of talent.
Hindsight bias tends to creep into these discussions, but the reality is what it is. First-round pick Lewis Cine , second-round pick Andrew Booth Jr. , third-round pick Brian Asamoah and others have not developed into starting-level players, much less backups.
Had the Vikings nailed their 2022 draft class, they’d have more resources, money and flexibility to spend on ancillary players who could help Minnesota on the margins.
8. NFLPA’s training staff grade is no coincidence
First, the positive: The Vikings ranked No. 2 in the yearly NFL Players Association report card . Players raved about the ownership, facilities, O’Connell and more.
Now, the negative: Minnesota’s training staff received a “B” grade. This coincides with a decision the Vikings made this offseason to fire former head athletic trainer Uriah Myrie.
“There were some things that, in the dialogue I have (with the players), I felt fell below the line of standards we try to set,” O’Connell said.
The change increases Tyler Williams’ role. Williams, whom O’Connell brought over from the Los Angeles Rams to reshape the Vikings’ approach to performance, is already the vice president of player health and performance. His voice will weigh even more heavily.
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Other quick hitters
• Kicker Greg Joseph is a free agent. The Vikings have the third-lowest field goal percentage over the past two seasons and the fourth-worst extra-point percentage. Expect Minnesota to explore external options.
• Defensive coordinator Brian Flores is spearheading the draft efforts defensively. His opinion mattered last offseason, and this year he’s shouldering the vision for the defense’s direction.
• One team source thought aloud about 2025 and the idea of having $100 million in cap space even after major extensions. That degree of flexibility hovers prominently in the minds of many within the team.
(Top photo of Danielle Hunter: Brad Rempel / USA Today)
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Alec Lewis is a staff writer covering the Minnesota Vikings for The Athletic. He grew up in Birmingham, Ala., and has written for Yahoo, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the Kansas City Star, among many other places. Follow Alec on Twitter @ alec_lewis
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Nikki Haley says she’s no longer bound by RNC pledge to endorse Trump if he wins
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley no longer feels bound by a pledge made to the Republican National Committee that she would support the GOP presidential nominee, she said in an interview that aired Sunday.
Asked by NBC News’ “Meet the Press” moderator Kristen Welker, “So you’re no longer bound by that pledge?” Haley responded that she was not obligated to endorse former President Donald Trump if he becomes the Republican nominee.
“No, I think I’ll make what decision I want to make, but that’s not something I’m thinking about,” she said, noting that “if you talk about an endorsement, you’re talking about a loss. I don’t think like that.”
She added, “When you’re in a race, you don’t think about losing. You think about continuing to go forward.”
Pressed further about whether voters who will head to the polls in the GOP presidential primary on Tuesday deserve to know where she stands on endorsing Trump, Haley continued to dodge the question, saying, “When you all ask Donald Trump if he would support me, then I will talk about that. But right now, my focus is, ‘How do we touch as many voters? How do we win?’”
The statement is an apparent shift from her previous attitude toward a potential endorsement. Asked in July whether she would support Trump if he wins, Haley told Fox News, “I would support him because I’m not going to have a President Kamala Harris,” referring to the fact that Vice President Kamala Harris would become president if anything were to happen to President Joe Biden in a second term.
In order to participate in primary debates hosted by the Republican National Committee last fall, every candidate signed a pledge to support the eventual Republican nominee. Haley signed that pledge.
But in her “Meet the Press” interview, she blasted the RNC , saying, “The RNC is not the same RNC” and that “now it’s Trump’s” RNC.
“I mean, at the time of the debate, we had to take it to where, ‘Would you support the nominee,’ and in order to get on that debate stage, you said, ‘Yes,’” Haley said.
The RNC is still chaired by Ronna McDaniel, who was chair at the time of the debates, but Trump has endorsed Michael Whatley, the North Carolina GOP chair, and Lara Trump, his daughter-in-law, to take over as chair and co-chair of the group.
Haley has sharpened her rhetoric toward Trump in recent weeks, attacking him as “unhinged” and “more diminished than he was.”
A potential endorsement of Trump is not the only issue Haley has offered seemingly conflicting viewpoints on. In the same interview with “Meet the Press,” Haley at first wouldn’t commit to endorsing federal protections for fertility treatments like in vitro fertilization.
“What I support is that we make sure that every parent has the right to have those fertility processes. I had my two children through fertility. I want every parent who wants that blessing to be able to have that. And government shouldn’t do anything to stop it,” Haley said.
She added, “I think the conversation of what happens with those embryos has to be between the parents and the physicians, period. We don’t need to go and create a bunch of laws for something when we don’t have a problem.”
Minutes later, pressed again about whether there should be federal protections for IVF, Haley said there should be.
“Yes, to make sure that IVF is there to make sure that parents have it, all of that,” she said.
Asked why abortion shouldn’t be a decision made by people and their doctors, Haley argued that the issue should be decided at the state level.
“What I’ve said is this should be in the hands of the people for the people to decide. They should decide whether their states are going to be pro-life or pro-choice. They should decide whether their states are going to be IVF or not IVF,” she said. “I personally think we want as many fertility options for people as they can. That’s my opinion.”
“But other states may decide something different. Alabama was going in one direction,” she said, alluding to the recent ruling by the Alabama Supreme Court that embryos are people. “I don’t think that’s the direction you want to go, the same way I don’t think that the conversations that people have been having on abortion are good conversations.”
Her remarks come after the Alabama Supreme Court last month decided that embryos are people, making access to IVF uncertain in that state. Just days later, Alabama’s House and Senate passed Republican-proposed bills intended to protect IVF.
Last week, Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Miss., blocked legislation that would have created federal protections for IVF nationwide, calling the measure “vast overreach.”
Alexandra Marquez is a politics reporter for NBC News.
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No one knows for sure how much longer Rafael Nadal will play tennis, but his loss to Carlos Alcaraz in the Netflix NFLX Slam was an encouraging sign for him and his fans.
The 37-year-old Spanish tennis legend lost to the 20-year-old Alcaraz, 3-6, 6-4 (14-12) before a sellout crowd of 9,489 that included Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Lindsey Vonn, Pau Gasol and Frances Tiafoe, but showed no apparent sign of any issues related to his hip.
“For him to be here in Vegas is a great sign that his body has recovered since Brisbane,” Jim Courier said on the Netflix broadcast.
“We’re hopeful that he can play the rest of the season,” added Patrick McEnroe.
The 22-time Grand Slam champion hadn’t played since Jan. 5 in Brisbane, when he pulled out of the Brisbane International due to a left hip injury. He has played a total of 12 official matches since the 2022 U.S. Open.
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“For me it’s a good practice match, too,” he told Mary Joe Fernandez during the match.
Some thought Nadal would skip the upcoming “Sunshine Swing” on American hardcourts and instead focus on the clay court season and trying to win a 15th title at Roland Garros.
But Nadal is slated to play Indian Wells beginning next week.
In the first set, Nadal led 2-0 after Alcaraz double-faulted on break point. He mixed in a serve-and-volley to hold for a 3-0 lead and then hit a service winner to take the first set at 6-3.
Alcaraz came back to win the second set and the super tiebreak despite dealing with an injured right ankle suffered Feb. 20 in the Rio Open.
“He’s trying to move taking care of himself,” Alcaraz’s coach, former world No. 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero, told Fernandez.
Eight-time major champion and Las Vegas native Andre Agassi said he encouraged Alcaraz to learn all he can from Nadal.
“He’s a guy you can say over the years has handled himself with class, dignity and also humility,” Agassi said . “It is authentically real. When you talk about the French Open, it is a lifetime away for him right now because all that matters is what he’s going to do (Saturday night), what he’s going to do (Sunday), what he’s going to do every step of his day.”
Alcaraz said he has taken a lot of inspiration from watching Nadal over the years, particularly noting his ability to fight for every point has left an especially lasting impression. That showed again in the exhibition when Nadal fought off five match points in the super tiebreaker.
“The way that he finds solutions when things are not going well, I think that’s incredible,” Alcaraz said. “I would say that’s the most I learned from him and I try to put in my own game.”
Nadal will now look ahead to Indian Wells beginning next week.
“I need to spend more time on the tour, at least to practice with the professional players even if not playing many official matches,” Nadal said the day before the exhibition, per the AP. “That’s the important thing right now, is to be in rhythm again. I was not able to play the way I expected. I had to pull out from Doha, so let’s see.”
Nadal initially said 2024 would likely be his final season on tour, but has not ruled continuing beyond then.
“It’s my body more than anything else because my mind is healthy,” Nadal said. “I have a passion for what I am doing.”
(The AP contributed reporting)
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