Kentrell Brothers is looking for history to repeat itself as he works his way into the Minnesota Vikings defense.
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Remember the guy in the picture? He did some special things in the SEC, which can’t be overlooked. But, as Laquon Treadwell sees the competition heating up for carving out roles in the Minnesota Vikings offense, what will his future be?
The Vikings need the 2016 draft class to step up and join the new rookie class if the team is to rebound in 2017.
The Minnesota Vikings didn’t have a first-round pick, but those drafted after Day 1 testify to the importance of what they do after the draft, not where they were drafted.
The lack of a first-round pick has left Minnesota Vikings fans lethargic and without the typical draft questions that abound for the other 31 NFL teams.
With a more traditional salary-cap structure, the Minnesota Vikings will need to have offensive players emerge on an annual basis. Our picks at each level of the offense.
Outside draft analysts are going to discuss the Minnesota Vikings’ draft needs over the next two weeks. But these are the five guys that are going to help stack their draft board, depending on franchise confidence in them.
The Minnesota Vikings are likely looking for interior linemen on both sides of the ball in this year's draft, which are positions they've largely ignored for a decade.