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Mar'Sean Diggs might not be as fast as his brother Stefon, but the two share a lot of the same traits, including good hands.
Jake Browning sounds awfully happy for a guy who set national high school and major college passing records only to be criticized for a…
Garrett Bradbury last week was the first center drafted in the first round in the 58-year history of the Vikings franchise. It will take time to fully know the value of the pick.
The Vikings have had six centers start 735 out of 832 regular-season games.
Looking back on this year's draft, here are some moves that will be fun to watch as they unfold in the years to come.
First-round pick Garrett Bradbury should be a Day 1 starter at center. The initial thought is Dru Samia was drafted for depth purposes but shouldn't be entirely dismissed as a potential starter at guard.
Vikings GM Rick Spielman was eager to accumulate picks Friday, even if coach Mike Zimmer was not.
Kyle Rudolph thought it was "awesome" that the Vikings drafted Irv Smith Jr. on Friday in the second round, and the team has a new weapon.
The Cardinals Picking Kyler Murray No. 1 overall wasn't a bad move. But it shouldn't require immediately unloading Josh Rosen, last year's pick who showed some promise as a rookie.
The Packers had three seventh-round picks that year, two of which they used on receivers. Those receivers caught one ball for the Packers and are long gone from the league. Thielen is a two-time Pro Bowler for the Vikings.