St. Paul Pioneer Press "The Vikings want wide receiver Mike Wallace and tackle Phil Loadholt back next season, if the price is right. A source said Friday the Vikings have interest in both returning under restructured contracts. Wallace has a salary-cap number next season of $11.5 million, while Loadholt’s is $7.75..." March 05
Pro Football Talk "The Vikings lost right tackle Phil Loadholt to a torn Achilles a couple of snaps into their first preseason game, which left them down a starter up front for the entire season but did leave Loadholt with a lot of time to heal before the start of the 2016 season. Loadholt believes he’s made the..." February 02
Yahoo! Sports "Minnesota Vikings right tackle Phil Loadholt, one of the team's more consistent run blockers, was carted off during Saturday night's preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with what NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported as a season-ending Achilles injury. The injury occured on the second..." August 16
#Vikings RT Phil Loadholt has torn his pec, source says, and will require surgery. His season is over.
Phil Loadholt is definitely out for Thursday, Frazier said. It'll be J'Marcus Webb at right tackle.
St. Paul Pioneer Press "The Vikings lost right tackle Phil Loadholt for the second half Sunday due to a concussion. And they soon paid for it. Loadholt was knocked woozy late in the second quarter against Dallas at AT&T Stadium, a game the Vikings led 10-6 at halftime. But the Cowboys took a 20-10 lead with two..." November 03
Vikings have agreed to a multiyear contract with Phil Loadholt.
Chicago Tribune "The start of free agency is about six hours away and if Minnesota Vikings right tackle Phil Loadholt makes it to market, the Chicago Bears could be in play. An NFL source told the Tribune the Bears are “hot on Loadholt,” who has started 63 of 64 career games for the Vikings at right tackle..." March 12
Daily Norseman "First off, a confession--much like Fearless Leader, I am a big fan of the site Pro Football Focus. They have great advanced stats, informative writers, and they cover pro football in a way that is unique and very 'Moneyball'-ish. But today, they published a list of players they think will be..." February 14