The Vikings team doctors have been busy this week. Less than 24 hours after giving a medical thumbs-up to safety Mike Doss, who missed 10 games in 2006 with a torn anterior cruciate ligament, the team re-signed linebacker Jason Glenn, who suffered a similar injury with the Vikings last year.
Glenn, who spent most of his time in 2006 on special teams, missed the final seven games of the season with a torn ACL of his own. He finished with eight special teams tackles and a fumble recovery.
The Vikings signed him to a one-year contract.
The team continues to proceed cautiously in the free agent market, making a series of mid-level signings. The next potential signing could be at wide receiver -- Aaron Moorhead and Cortez Hankton both visited this week, but as of Thursday morning had not been signed.
Vikings Re-Sign Jason Glenn
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