Top 5 players Cowboys regret passing on in 2015 NFL draft: From trio of Vikings to a beast at safety

The Cowboys, like everyone else, live with regret. We take a look at the players they probably wish they hadn’t passed on in recent drafts. Here is the 2015 edition of lament: 5. Stefon Diggs, WR — Maryland Drafted 146th overall by the Minnesota Vikings You may have noticed that Diggs made the reception

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NFL free agency: Sam Bradford, Mike Glennon signings prove Cardinals are lost

Cardinals fans should be closely monitoring whether Sam Bradford makes it through the team’s physical exam. It might be the best pass he has all year. The most head-scratching move of 2018 NFL free agency involves a quarterback who Ravens safety Eric Weddle on Twitter proclaimed “has been paid

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NFL notebook: Cousins to get fully guaranteed deal from Vikings

Kirk Cousins kicked off his free-agent tour in Minnesota with the Vikings, and that was the only stop he needed to make. The former Washington Redskins quarterback is expected to sign a three-year, fully guaranteed $84 million contract with the Vikings, according to multiple reports. ESPN reports the

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Report: Case Keenum to Sign Contract with Broncos After 1 Year with Vikings

Case Keenum will sign with the Denver Broncos, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Tuesday morning. The terms of the agreement are unknown. The Broncos were also interested in free agents Kirk Cousins and Teddy Bridgewater, according to Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com. He spent the 2017 season with the Minnesota

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NFL Rumors: Jets Concerned Kirk Cousins Will Sign With Vikings

Kirk Cousins will be the hottest NFL free agent when the new league year begins, and one of his potential suitors reportedly is already thinking about moving on to “Plan B.” It was reported Saturday that there are four teams — New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos and Arizona Cardinals — that

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Vikings emerge as favorites to land Kirk Cousins but Broncos reportedly 'all-in' for QB

INDIANAPOLIS — The Minnesota Vikings increasingly are viewed within the NFL as a top contender to sign quarterback Kirk Cousins when the league’s free agent market opens later this month. Several agents who don’t represent Cousins but who have knowledge of the upcoming market for quarterbacks

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Eagles’ Mychal Kendricks, Vikings’ Eric Kendricks not speaking this week

Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks and Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks are brothers, and close enough that they speak often during the season. But not this week. Mychal said he and Eric talked a lot the week before the last regular-season meeting between their two teams. But on Sunday, when they’re

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Saints film room: What happened on the final play against Minnesota?

The bottom line is the Saints didn’t make a play. There has been plenty of re-scheming and questioning of what happened on the final play of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Maybe there was a way to stop Stefon Diggs from scoring the game-winning 61-yard touchdown, but the real answer

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Kyle Rudolph's view of Vikings' success runs deeper than 'Minneapolis Miracle'

Kyle Rudolph saw the “Minneapolis Miracle” from the best view possible. The Vikings tight end was about 30 yards behind Stefon Diggs, whose 61-yard touchdown catch gave Minnesota a 29-24 victory against New Orleans and put the franchise in position to reach Super Bowl LII. Minnesota meets Philadelphia

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Over 40 years after Hail Mary in Minnesota, Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson pulling for Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings appear to have a pair of unexpected supporters following their miracle victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson. The former Dallas Cowboys duo authored one of several crushing blows to Vikings fans through the decades with a 50-yard Hail Mary

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'Seven Heaven' – the miracle play that answered the Vikings' prayers

Then there was a “Let’s Go Vikings” but it didn’t last. The scoreboard read New Orleans 24, Minnesota 23 with 10 seconds left. The Vikings had blown leads of 17-0 and, most painfully, 23-21, and now Case Keenum was trying to orchestrate some kind of miracle but he was mostly throwing ducks around U.S

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