The Minnesota Vikings practice on Saturday featured a number of notes of interest that included the signing of a quarterback, the return of Teddy Bridgewater after his much-discussed absence on Thursday, and their big free agent signing Alex Boone missing some time.
The Vikings announced via press release that they waived running back Kevin Monangai and replaced him with third-year quarterback Brad Sorensen.
The full release:
Sorensen joins the Vikings, his third NFL team, after spending time with the San Diego Chargers and the Tennessee Titans. The Grand Terrace, Calif. native became the first ever NFL draft pick from Southern Utah when the Chargers selected him in the seventh round (#221 overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft. Sorensen has not appeared in an NFL regular season game.