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Rhett Bomar Makes Vikings' QB Depth Chart Easier To Sort Out

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We don't have any pictures of Rhett Bomar in a Vikings uniform. . .which is okay, because it doesn't appear as though we're going to need them. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
We don't have any pictures of Rhett Bomar in a Vikings uniform. . .which is okay, because it doesn't appear as though we're going to need them. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
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There's really no question that the Minnesota Vikings' depth chart at the quarterback position for the 2011 season is going to have Donovan McNabb at the top, with Joe Webb and Christian Ponder (in whichever combination) behind him.

But, if any of you were holding out hope for Rhett Bomar to make a charge. . .well, sorry.

Judd Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune is reporting that Bomar was arrested for DUI in the early hours of Sunday morning. He was taken to the Blue Earth County Jail, but had been released by Sunday evening.

Bomar was selected by the New York Giants with the fifteenth pick of the fifth round (151st overall) in the 2009 Draft out of Sam Houston State. He started his college career at Oklahoma, but was dismissed from the team after it was learned that he received payments for work that he didn't do for an auto dealership owned by a Sooner booster.

So, a guy that was going to get cut anyway just gave the Vikings a good reason to cut him. And that's the end of that chapter.