The Vikings just completed three days of practices on Monday and, while they weren’t in full pads, there can be some conclusions drawn.
VikingUpdate.com subscribers are encouraged to join Viking Update’s Tim Yotter for an online chat at 9 p.m. Central Wednesday to discuss the Vikings' minicamp, held last weekend. Yotter attended each session of the April veteran camp, all the draft press conferences and each of the five post-draft minicamp sessions.
Find out his opinion on first-round draft pick Chad Greenway or second-round defensive back Cedric Griffin. And, oh yeah, that controversial pick of the second round, quarterback Tarvaris Jackson.
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