The Vikings’ Complete Roster — with Training Camp 13 Days Away

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J.J. McCarthy with the Minnesota Vikings practice highlights from OTA No. 2 of 2024, which took place at the TCO Performance Center. The Minnesota VIkings used the 10th overall pick of the 2024 NFL Draft to select McCarthy after a trade up the board with the New York Jets.

Minnesota Vikings’ organized team activities (OTAs) and minicamp are complete, and training camp begins on July 21st. Rookies kick off the festivities.

The Vikings’ Complete Roster — with Training Camp 13 Days Away

Minnesota has added over 40 new players this offseason between incoming veterans and newcomer rookies. Around 20 left for new teams or remain on the free-agent wire.

Here’s the unofficial depth chart as of July 7th. Rookies are in bold.

— Offensive Roster

Aaron Jones, Jonathan Greenard, Jordan Addison and Cam Bynum spoke with reporters after mandatory minicamp on Wednesday, June 5th, 2024, at TCO Performance Center. The Vikings signed Jones during the 2024 free agency period, a replacement for Alexander Mattison, who joined the Las Vegas Raiders roster.


QB1: Sam Darnold
QB2: J.J. McCarthy
QB3: Nick Mullens
QB4: Jaren Hall

Running Back

RB1: Aaron Jones
RB2: Ty Chandler
RB3: Cam Akers**
RB4: Kene Nwangwu
RB5: DeWayne McBride
RB6: Myles Gaskin

**Pending physical.


FB1: C.J. Ham

Wide Receiver

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WR1: Justin Jefferson
WR2: Jordan Addison
WR3: Brandon Powell
WR4: Trent Sherfield
WR5: Jalen Nailor
WR6: Trishton Jackson
WR7: Lucky Jackson
WR8: Thayer Thomas
WR9: Malik Knowles
WR10: Ty James
WR11: Jeshaun Jones

Tight End

TE1: T.J. Hockenson
TE2: Josh Oliver
TE3: Johnny Mundt
TE4: Robert Tonyan
TE5: Nick Muse
TE6: N’Keal Harry
TE7: Trey Knox
TE8: Sammis Reyes

Left Tackle

LT1: Christian Darrisaw
LT2: Walter Rouse
LT3: Doug Nester

Right Tackle

RT1: Brian O’Neill
RT2: David Quessenberry
RT3: Spencer Rolland


C1: Garrett Bradbury
C2: Dan Feeney
C2: Michael Jurgens

Left Guard

LG1: Blake Brandel
LG2: Dalton Risner
LG3: Henry Byrd

Right Guard

RG1: Ed Ingram
RG2: Tyrese Robinson
RG3: Jeremy Flax

Defensive Roster

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Outside Linebacker

OLB1: Jonathan Greenard
OLB2: Dallas Turner
OLB3: Andrew Van Ginkel
OLB4: Patrick Jones II
OLB5: Jihad Ward
OLB6: Andre Carter II
OLB7: Gabriel Murphy
OLB8: Owen Porter
OLB9: Bo Richter

Defensive End

DE1: Jerry Tillery
DE2: Jonathan Bullard
DE3: Jonah Williams
DE4: Jaquelin Roy
DE5: James Lynch
DE6: Jalen Redmond
DE7: Levi Drake Rodriguez
DE8: Tyler Manoa

Nose Tackle

NT1: Harrison Phillips
NT2: Taki Taimani

Middle Linebacker

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MLB1: Ivan Pace
MLB2: Kamu Grugier-Hill
MLB3: Abraham Beauplan
MLB4: Dallas Gant

Weakside Linebacker

WLB1: Blake Cashman
WLB2: Brian Asamoah
WLB3: KJ Cloyd


CB1: Byron Murphy
CB2: Shaquill Griffin
CB3: Mekhi Blackmon
CB4: Akayleb Evans
CB5: Andrew Booth
CB6: Jaylin Williams
CB7: A.J. Green III
CB8: Dwight McGlothern


S1: Harrison Smith
S2: Camryn Bynum
S3: Josh Metellus
S4: Lewis Cine
S5: Jay Ward
S6: NaJee Thompson
S7: Theo Jackson

Special Teams Roster

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K1: Will Reichard
K2: Parker Romo


P1: Ryan Wright
P2: Seth Vernon

Long Snapper

LS: Andrew DePaola

Kick Returner

KR1: Kene Nwangwu
KR2: Ty Chandler

Punt Returner

PR1: Brandon Powell

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The Vikings are predicted to finish last in the NFC North this year and win around seven games. They have the eighth-worst Super Bowl odds in the NFL.

Dustin Baker is a political scientist who graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2007. Subscribe to his daily YouTube Channel, VikesNow. He hosts a podcast with Bryant McKinnie, which airs every Wednesday with Raun Sawh and Sal Spice. His Vikings obsession dates back to 1996. Listed guilty pleasures: Peanut Butter Ice Cream, ‘The Sopranos,’ Basset Hounds, and The Doors (the band).

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