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11.13.17

Vikings Notch 6th 100-Yard Rushing Game of 2017 at Washington:

Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer continues to emphasize running the football, and Minnesota delivered on Sunday. Latavius Murray showed burst and power on a number of runs at Washington, surging for 14 yards on his first carry of the day. The first down set up a 51-yard pass from Case Keenum to Stefon Diggs,...


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11.09.17

Latavius Murray: Photos Preserve Moments in Time:

Latavius Murray...The Photographer? This offseason, Murray directed his focus to catching his fellow running back’s personality in a photograph. The Vikings go through photo and video sessions for use on multiple platforms, including the Playbookfree game programs that are distributed to fans at home games. After spending some time in front...


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10.29.17

Vikings rally to beat Browns in London:

LONDON — Case Keenum had one of the more miserable performances of his career the last time he played a game at Twickenham Stadium. That was not the case on Sunday. Keenum threw for two touchdowns and Kai Forbath made four field goals as the Minnesota Vikings defeated the Cleveland...


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10.22.17

Latavius Murray Breaks Out with 100-Plus Yards, TD Against Ravens:

 Latavius Murray stayed patient and stayed ready through the first six games of the season. The Vikings running back knew his time would come. And when it did Sunday against the Ravens, Murray pounced. “It was a matter of me just trying to find my rhythm and get a groove going,”...


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10.12.17

Murray ‘not satisfied’ with first start for Vikings:

The Minnesota Vikings gave Latavius Murray the first chance as the starting running back after Dalvin Cook’s injury, but Murray wasn’t as good as he expected. The veteran running back that the Vikings acquired in free agency averaged a respectable 4.2 yards on only six carries in the first half of Monday night’s win over...


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10.06.17

Latavius Murray Ready for Increased Workload:

The Vikings won’t be able to turn to Dalvin Cook any more this season. Despite physical and running-style differences between Cook (a 5-foot-10, 210-pound rookie) and Latavius Murray (6-3, 230-pound), the veteran who joined Minnesota this offseason wants coaches to be able to keep the playbook open. “As a running back, you want that...


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