As part of the draft process each offseason, the Minnesota Vikings usually schedule their top-30 visits for the first week of April. That’s when the group of NFL prospects gathers at the team’s facility. But because of social distancing rules, that event will not take place this year. Telephone and FaceTime visits will reportedly take place instead.The Vikings have already met with players at the Senior Bowl, the East-West Shrine, the Combine, and at their respective Pro Days. The following list is composed of 2020 NFL draft prospects that have reportedly interviewed, worked out, or scheduled a private visit with the organization.
According to multiple sources and first reported by Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will start today against the Minnesota Vikings. The injury, a sprained knee, caused “significant pain and swelling” according to Rapoport.
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BJ Reidell and Drew Mahowald welcome Jordan Reid on to the show to give a final review of defensive prospects as it pertains to the Vikings.