Perusing Vikings news and found an interesting tidbit on espn's NFC North Blog Page.
Kevin Seifert reporting on all things North while at the combine in Indianapolis suggests there may not be much change at quarterback in the Vikings roster come the 2009 season. Seifert says "...it seems clear the Vikings have no interest in pursuing a blockbuster deal to find a new starter. That would seem to rule out a run at New England's Matt Cassel, and as of Friday the team had displayed no indications it would pursue pending free agent Jeff Garcia."
Childress was asked "if he could envision a scenario in which the Vikings would pursue a player to be their new and unquestioned starter. Childress paused several seconds and said: "There might be." Then, he added: "But right now I would be honest with you and tell you I wouldn't know who that person would be.""
Really? See above paragraph!
Seifert continues: "So let's quickly review. Without mentioning Cassel, Garcia or Cleveland's Derek Anderson by name, the Vikings' top two decision-makers are on record saying they don't believe there is a difference-making quarterback available to them. And their first option is to make no changes to their 2008 depth chart."
The piece has more on the Vikings perspective, check it out: