Vikings stir up controversy with video board message to fans

Like every team in the national football league, the Minnesota Vikings have opened up training camp practices to both media and fans. These practices have been really engaging in connecting with the fanbase and have shown those not in attendance what the team projects out to be this season.

Over the first couple of public practices, we have seen a lot of promising things, especially rookie cornerback Andrew Booth Jr. who has been a standout thus far during camp.

At Saturday’s practice, the Vikings put something on the video board that was a deterrent for showing those not in attendance elements of practice.

One of the best parts of training camp is seeing videos from practice and players that you like making big plays.

While it’s understandable the team wants to prevent other teams from seeing what they’re doing, future opponents aren’t going to form a game plan from what they’re doing on the fourth day of training camp.

Let the fans have fun and spread hope throughout Vikings nation.

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Story originally appeared on Vikings Wire