Punter Ryan Quigley Quietly Among Vikings Most Productive Players

WATCH VIDEO EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (WCCO) — Everything gets magnified this time of year. If you step on the field, there is a chance you could be in the eye of the storm. WCCO’s Mike Max caught up with Minnesota Vikings punter Ryan Quigley, who understands just that. Last year in Philadelphia, the Vikings got a lesson in the beginning to an end. But much has changed from that film. “Everything is so much different from year to year. Even from early in the season to late in the season, so it’s really hard to put too much emphasis on it,” wide receiver Adam Thielen said. The beautiful part about the NFL Playoffs is that anybody could be a hero or a goat on any given play. We learned that last wee

Mad Hatter: Stetson’s Donald Payne proving doubters wrong for division champion Jaguars

“If you would have told me six months ago that I’d be getting ready to play in a playoff game as a special teams player, and playing well, I would’ve thought you were joking,” Payne said. JACKSONVILLE — Nestled inside his locker in the bowels of EverBank Field — the home of the division champion Jacksonville Jaguars — ex-Stetson star Donald Payne has an earbud in one ear, his phone in his hand and a grin on his face. The former Pioneer League legend, just one year removed from a third straight Defensive Player of the Year award, is trading jokes with 2016 second-round pick Myles Jack, who sits just one locker over. “I didn’t know a lot of this stuff coming in, I was a safety (at Stetson),” P