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Tight end is position to watch for Vikings at No. 30, former GM says

Injuries limited the Vikings at tight end last season, finishing the year with only two available for practices while working out free agents during playoff preparation just in case. Starter Kyle Rudolph has amassed 52 straight starts, but not without gutting through injury. Rudolph was admittedly limited by an ankle injury he played through at the end of last season. He underwent surgery this offseason, putting his availability for spring practices into question. Behind him, the Vikings have David Morgan, Blake Bell and Josiah Price on the depth  chart. Another member or two wouldn’t hurt...
The Viking Age Apr 11, 2018

NFL Draft 2018: 4 tight ends the Minnesota Vikings could possibly select

Of the tight ends available in this year’s NFL Draft pool, which ones could possibly end up as a member of the Minnesota Vikings in 2018? For some, tight end may not necessarily be a need for the Minnesota Vikings entering the 2018 NFL Draft. But with really only two legit tight ends heading into […] NFL Draft 2018: 4 tight ends the Minnesota Vikings could possibly select - The Viking Age - The Viking Age - A Minnesota Vikings Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Daily Norseman Mar 29, 2018
Steve Jordan helps kick off study to find CTE in living people

Steve Jordan helps kick off study to find CTE in living people

The Vikings’ tight end was one of nine former players to help the study get started For those that have been fans of the Minnesota Vikings for a significant length of time, the name of Steve Jordan still sits atop the list of tight ends in franchise history. He’s still has more receptions than any other tight end in team history (498, which is the third-highest total for any Viking not named Cris Carter or Randy Moss) and still has more than twice as many career receiving yards as Kyle Rudolph, who is second in team history in that category. This week, however, Jordan took a step in his...

Vikings re-sign TE Josiah Price, add another long snapper in Nick Dooley

The Vikings announced three signings on Wednesday, making official the return of kicker Kai Forbath. Another player, tight end Josiah Price, is also returning to Minnesota after signing as an undrafted free agent a year ago out of Michigan State. The Vikings needed more bodies at tight end with only Kyle Rudolph, David Morgan and Blake Bell on the roster. It’s a one-year deal for Price, according to his agent Mike McCartney. The Vikings also added a long snapper they list at 6-foot-8 and 280 pounds in Nick Dooley, who went undrafted two years ago out of UTEP.  Dooley is an additional...

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