Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 11
@ 1
vs 9
@ 15
vs 6
@ 30
BYE
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vs 7
@ 20
@ 4
vs 17
vs 19
vs 13
@ 9
vs 10
vs 18
@ 11
@ 6

Fantasy News

  • Cowboys' Anthony Barr: Lands on active/PUP list

    Barr (undisclosed) was placed on the active/PUP list Friday, Aaron Wilson of Pro Football Network reports. Barr has dealt with numerous injuries in recent years, though the nature of the injury that prompted this move has not been revealed. His placement on the active/PUP list comes just two days after Barr agreed to a one-year contract with Dallas. Barr will be eligible to practice immediately once activated.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Barr: Continuing career in Dallas

    Barr agreed Wednesday with the Cowboys on a one-year contract, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Despite playing through injuries with the Vikings in 2021, Barr recorded 72 tackles in 11 games, which would translate to 111 tackles over the course of a full 17-game schedule. The four-time Pro Bowl linebacker is entering his ninth NFL season and will push for a starting spot opposite Micah Parsons.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Full practice Tuesday

    Barr (knee) was a full participant at Tuesday's practice. The linebacker was unable to play in Week 13 against the Lions, but he appears to be on track to play in Thursday's matchup with the Steelers. Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com reported Tuesday that Barr expects himself to be ready for Week 14. He has missed six games this season, yet he has been very effective in the six contests he has played, registering 32 tackles, three pass deflections, an interception and a fumble recovery.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Won't play Sunday

    Barr (knee) is inactive Sunday against the Lions. Barr will miss his sixth game of the season and first since Week 10, as he's battled knee and hamstring issues for the better part of 2021. The four-time Pro Bowler's absence will leave a sizable hole in the Vikings' linebacker unit, which Blake Lynch will try to help fill.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Questionable against Lions

    Barr (knee/hamstring) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions, Craig Peters of the Vikings' official site reports. Barr has been banged up all year, having played in six of a possible 11 games to date. His status likely won't be determined until just before Sunday's 1:00 p.m. EST kickoff, with Blake Lynch expected to get the start should Barr sit.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Another DNP on Thursday

    Barr (knee/hamstring) didn't practice Thursday. Barr was already playing through a knee injury that kept his availability up in the air on a weekly basis, and he's now dealing with a hamstring injury of unknown severity to boot. If Barr's unable to practice in some capacity Friday, he'll be unlikely to suit up Sunday against the Lions.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Picks up hamstring injury

    Barr (hamstring) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against San Francisco, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Barr has dealt with a knee injury for much of the year and now has a new leg problem. Blake Lynch should take over for him in the meantime.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Absent again Thursday

    Barr (knee) missed practice on Thursday. Barr missed his second consecutive practice to open the week. Co-defensive coordinator Adam Zimmer noted "we're resting him and see how it goes" with respect to the veteran linebacker, and he added that Barr will get plenty of rest in practices in the second half of the season. If Barr can't go in Week 10 against the Chargers, Blake Lynch will take on a larger role at outside linebacker.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Returns to practice

    Barr (knee) was a limited participant at Thursday's practice. The linebacker was unavailable Wednesday, so his return to the field is a positive sign for his ability to play Sunday against the Ravens. After being inactive for the first four games of the season, Barr has racked up 14 tackles, a half-sack, two pass deflections and a fumble recovery in the Vikings' last three contests.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Barr (knee) didn't participate at Wednesday's practice. Barr played every defensive snap during Sunday's loss to Dallas and continues to nurse the knee injury. The veteran linebacker could be available this weekend in Baltimore if he's able to practice in some capacity Thursday or Friday.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: No limitations Thursday

    Barr (knee) was a full participant at Thursday's practice. Barr was a limited participant at Wednesday's session but was able to practice fully Thursday. The 29-year-old has played every defensive snap since coming off injured reserve ahead of Week 5 and has eight tackles (four solo), a half-sack and one pass defensed.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Gets in limited practice

    Barr (knee) returned to log a limited practice Thursday. Barr did not practice Wednesday after making his season debut in Week 5. However, he returned to log a limited session Thursday, which is at least some indication that the team is simply monitoring his workload. Even so, it would be encouraging to see Barr increase to full participation Friday to ensure that he is ready for a Week 6 matchup against Carolina.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Not practicing Wednesday

    Barr (knee) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice. Barr made his season debut Sunday against the Lions after missing the first four games of the year with the knee issue, but it appears he's not fully past the injury. It's possible the 29-year-old is being eased back into practice after playing every defensive snap, but there's now a question regarding his availability for Week 6.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Practices fully Wednesday

    Barr (knee) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice. Coach Mike Zimmer expressed optimism Tuesday about Barr making his season debut this weekend against the Lions, and that optimism appears to have been well placed given the linebacker had no limitations at Wednesday's practice. Assuming Barr avoids any setbacks over the next couple days, he's poised to retake the field after missing Minnesota's past 18 games.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Trending toward Week 5 debut

    Coach Mike Zimmer expressed optimism Tuesday that Barr (knee) will make his season debut versus the Lions on Sunday, Eric Smith of the Vikings' official site reports. Barr has missed the first four games of the season due to a right knee injury suffered in training camp, but Zimmer said, "I think he'll play this week" when asked about Sunday's upcoming divisional tilt. The standout linebacker was listed as questionable for Week 4, and he has now missed 18 straight regular-season games.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Questionable against Cleveland

    Barr (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns. Barr has missed the first three games of the season but is looking to make his season debut after practicing on a limited basis this week. The veteran linebacker's return would be a welcome sight for a Minnesota defense that's allowing 409.7 scrimmage yards per game -- fifth-most in the league. Barr was limited to just two appearances last season but racked up 79 tackles in 14 games the year before.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Back-to-back limited practices

    Barr (knee) practiced on a limited basis Thursday. Barr missed the first two games of the campaign due to a right knee injury suffered in training camp. During a Thursday morning media session, Barr told Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com, "I want to make sure I'm 100 percent. ... I feel like I'm approaching that point." Clearly, Barr still has some limitations, but this week marked the first time he managed back-to-back practices since early August. Friday's injury report may clear up his status for Week 2 versus the Seahawks, but it also could come down to a game-time call ahead of Sunday's 4:25 p.m. kickoff.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Could be ready for opener

    Coach Mike Zimmer said Monday that Barr (undisclosed) could be available for Week 1 against the Bengals, Chad Graff of The Athletic reports. Barr has been dealing with an undisclosed injury since Aug. 5 and has yet to resume practicing, but Zimmer said the linebacker is "doing really good" in his recovery. In 2020, Barr only suited up for two contests before suffering a pectoral tear.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Uncertain for Week 1

    Vikings co-defensive coordinator Adam Zimmer said he's unsure if Barr (undisclosed) will be ready for the start of the regular season. "Today I can't tell you if he's going to be ready Week 1 or not," he told Chad Graff of The Athletic. Barr hasn't practiced since August 5 due to an undisclosed injury, and the Vikings have given few details. Head coach Mike Zimmer said after Saturday's preseason game that Barr was being treated with "kid gloves" as he prepares for the regular season, but his son's comments make the injury appear more ominous. The Vikings didn't give details about Danielle Hunter's neck injury last summer before he needed season-ending surgery, so there's worry about a similar pattern with Barr.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Barr: Has been sidelined

    Barr (undisclosed) has not practiced since August 5 due to an undisclosed injury, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. With Barr sidelined for the immediate future, look for Blake Lynch to see an uptick in first-team reps. There's no telling how long Barr will be sidelined, but the team may just be exercising caution with the veteran after he missed almost all of the 2020 season due to injuries.
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