After 8 surgeries to repair his torn retina in his right eye, Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer was recently cleared to begin flying again.
The Minnesota Vikings head coach turned 61 this past week and had to celebrate with a sombrero and a shot.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer got on a conference call Friday morning and dispelled any rumors that retirement could be an option following his multiple eye surgeries.
Ok this poll should be fun: who do you want under center next season for the Vikings if they are both healthy? — Bat Flip Sports (@BatFlipSports) January 1, 2017 Sorry Twitter followers (or at least most of you), but looks like Sam Bradford is getting the nod to open the season as your Vikings quarterback next year. Here’s an excerpt from Chris Tomasson’s article in the St. Paul Pioneer Press, dated Jan. 3: Vikings coach Mike Zimmer made sure Tuesday there won’t be a quarterback controversy anytime soon. In…
Nothing gives NFL players more joy than learning you get an extra day off in the middle of the season. Coach Mike Zimmer gave the Minnesota Vikings that present in his post-game speech after beating the shit out of the Houston Texans.
Eric Kendricks was named the NFC Defensive Player Of The Week by the NFL, but don’t think for a second that head coach Mike Zimmer gives a single care in the world about it.