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Tagged: Adam Thielen (43 Results)

Dec
14

Thielen ready to roll for Vikings

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver ADAM THIELEN is on track to return to the lineup for the first time since early November. Thielen was not listed with an injury designation on theMore team’s final injury report of the week, indicating he will make his return on Sunday from the right hamstring injury that has plagued him for much of the season. Less

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Dec
12

Thielen returns to practice

The Minnesota Vikings are hopeful that wide receiver ADAM THIELEN will return for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams. The star wideout was able to return to practice on Wednesday,More a sign that he could be headed in the right direction. Thielen injured his hamstring back in Week #7 and has only played in one game since that time. Theilen said last week that he would not return unless he was at 100 percent. Fantasy owners are hoping that’s the case this weekend. Less

Source: Team Blog

Dec
7

Thielen doubtful vs. Lions

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver ADAM THIELEN is officially listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions. Thielen has been dealing with a hamstring injury that has left him and his fantasy owners hamstrung in recent weeks.

Source: Team Blog

Dec
6

Coach thinks Thielen could play vs. Lions

Minnesota wide receiver ADAM THIELEN missed practice again on Thursday, but head coach Mike Zimmer said that he thinks there is a good chance his star wideout could play this weekendMore against the Detroit Lions. Zimmer said that Thielen is frustrated by his hamstring injury but added that he has been working hard. Zimmer went on to say “when he’s ready, he’s ready”, which doesn’t really help fantasy owners heading into playoff matchups this weekend. Less

Source: NFL.com

Dec
5

Vikings WR Thielen not progressing

Minnesota wide receiver ADAM THIELEN seems to be moving backwards in his recovery from a hamstring injury suffered nearly seven weeks ago. Thielen appeared to be getting closer to a returnMore to action last week, but he seems to have suffered a setback with the injury. There is some speculation that the Vikings may shut Thielen down until the playoffs, which would be disappointing news to his fantasy owners. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Dec
2

Thielen Update – WR now OUT for Monday Night Football

The Minnesota Vikings announced that wide receiver ADAM THIELEN has been downgraded and is now OUT for tonight’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Thielen continues to deal with a hamstring injury.More Earlier in the week he said that he would not play unless he was 100 percent healthy. The Vikings will hope to have him back for Week #14 when they play against the Detroit Lions. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
30

Thielen could miss MNF with bad hammy

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver ADAM THIELEN continues to deal with a hamstring injury that could cause him to miss Monday night’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. Due to the nature ofMore the injury, Thielen said on Friday that he would not play on Monday night if he wasn’t at 100 percent. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
27

Thielen returns to practice

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver ADAM THIELEN returned to practice on Tuesday for the first time since reaggravating his hamstring injury in early November. Thielen appears to be improving and is seemingly on track to return for the Vikings next game against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Nov
16

Vikings rule Thielen out again

The Minnesota Vikings ruled ADAM THIELEN out for Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos. Thielen has missed two of the last three games with a hamstring injury, and he only playedMore seven snaps in the game in which the injury became an issue. The move was not unexpected, as Thielen did not practice at all this week. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Nov
11

Cook leads Vikings on Sunday Night Football

Minnesota Vikings running back DALVIN COOK led the way for his fantasy owners again on Sunday night against the Dallas Cowboys. Cook touched the ball 33 times for 183 total yardsMore and a touchdown. He was involved on the ground and in the air, helping pick up the slack in the receiving game with star wideout ADAM THIELEN out of action with a hamstring injury. Cook has 1,415 total yards this season, the most scrimmage yards through 10 games in Vikings history. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
6

Thielen dealing with bad hammy

Minnesota wide receiver ADAM THIELEN played only seven snaps in Sunday’s game against Kansas City due to a sore hamstring. Thielen did not suffer further damage on Sunday, but he isMore expected to miss this weekend’s game against the Dallas Cowboys as the injury continues to wreak havoc on the Vikings star wideout and his fantasy owners. Less

Source: NFL.com

Oct
24

Thielen ruled out for TNF

The Minnesota Vikings officially ruled wide receiver ADAM THIELEN out for Thursday night’s game against Washington. Thielen suffered a hamstring injury on Sunday and has missed all team practices since. WhileMore he will miss the game this week, Thielen’s injury is not expected to keep him out of action for long. Less

Source: NFL.com

Oct
23

Thielen hoping to play on Thursday Night Football

Minnesota wide receiver ADAM THIELEN did not practice on Tuesday after suffering a right hamstring injury in Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions. Despite the injury, Thielen is hopeful that heMore will be available for Thursday night’s game against Washington. If he is able to play, Thielen will keep his 87-game active streak alive. Less

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Oct
7

Vikings offense gets back on track vs. Giants

A week after wide receiver ADAM THIELEN criticized quarterback KIRK COUSINS and the Vikings passing game, all is well again in Minnesota. Cousins had his first 300 yard passing game inMore almost a year, connecting with Thielen for two touchdowns against the New York Giants. Star running back DALVIN COOK continued his hot start to the season, topping 200 total yards in the game despite not finding the end zone. Less

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Factoid: Believe in the Vikings?

Minnesota's passing game has been a disappointment. Adam Thielen called out his quarterback, his offensive coordinator, or both this week. "You have to be able to pass the ball," he groused. I think Thielen will get back on track in this game.   more »

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