Paid subscribers to VikingUpdate.com are encouraged to join Adam Caplan of Scout.com, FootballInjuries.com and Sirius NFL Radio for an online chat at 9 p.m. Central Wednesday discussing the Vikings' draft recap and overall outlook, as well as the NFL in general.
Caplan is a national reporter and has been a contributor to Scout.com for many years. He has been a source for many free-agent signings stories for the Scout.com network, especially with the Vikings.
While he tracks the NFL players year-round, he also attends the Senior Bowl and NFL Combine, among other league functions, and has numerous contacts in the NFL.
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Just remember to show up in the chat room at 9 p.m. Central Wednesday, and come prepared with your Vikings and NFL questions for Caplan. You must also have a username associated with your account. If you don't already have a username on the message boards, you can obtain one by clicking on "My Account" and then clicking "My Member Profile." Fill in a username and click the "Update" button at the bottom of the page.
We hope to see you there at 9 p.m. Central.
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