3:18 AM EDT, Wed June 28, 2017

Vikings expect TE David Morgan to bring a push in all-purpose role

Behind Vikings starting tight end Kyle Rudolph, his position group fields just one NFL catch between the other five guys in the room. That’s not necessarily where second-year tight end David Morgan may provide the biggest boost, anyway. Morgan, the former sixth-round pick who caught one pass for four yards as a rookie, could be a critical component of the Vikings’ retooled run game — a year removed from ranking last in the league. A road-grading tight end is part of what the Vikings missed last season, when Rhett Ellison made an impressive turnaround from a torn patellar tendon, but...
Rotoworld Jun 18, 2017

Kyle Rudolph showing strides as a blocker - Kyle Rudolph (TE) Minnesota Vikings

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said Kyle Rudolph has improved his blocking this offseason.

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