Jeremy Fowler, of the Pioneer Press, is reporting that the Minnesota Vikings have informed veteran wide receiver Greg Camarillo that he will not be resigned this offseason.

Camarillo, known for having great hands, was not a major contributor on the Vikings last season with only 9 receptions. And at almost 30 years old, he doesn’t necessarily fit the bill of a team that is looking to get younger and more explosive.

The Vikings are very thin at wide receiver talent after Percy Harvin and this move just further supports the idea that the Vikings plan to do some things to address the need in both free agency and/or the draft. The only other Vikings free agent wide receiver is Devin Aromashodu and we will likely know his status with the team in the next few weeks.


  1. Fred’s will dearly miss Camariilio. Dude could really fair catch the punt’s with the best of them. Yawn.

  2. Camarillo had a lower drop percentage than ever other NFL reciever over multiple years. Still, you got to be able to do something with it once you have it. Not shocked to hear this in the slightest.

  3. Poor guy, might have some of the safest hands in the NFL, but it doesn’t help when you look like you’re running on a treadmill when you have the ball!


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