We have another name that has gotten released among the talent on the Minnesota Vikings’ defensive line.
Defensive lineman Dylan Bradley says he will be released but the #Vikings want him for practice squad.— Chris Tomasson (@christomasson) September 2, 2017
According to Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the Vikings will be waiving defensive tackle Dylan Bradley, who they signed as an undrafted free agent.
Bradley played his college football at Southern Mississippi, and the Vikings gave him one of the bigger guarantees of any player they signed in undrafted free agency. However, the Vikings have a lot of outstanding talent and depth along their defensive front, and though Bradley did have some nice moments during the preseason, it wasn’t enough to jump him up the depth chart.
The team is, apparently, interested in bringing him back to the practice squad, and it would be nice to see him back in that capacity.
We are about two and a half hours from the deadline that the NFL has set for teams to get down to 53 players. We are keeping track of all of the moves on our Roster Cut Tracker, and with the moves coming fast and furious between now and 3:00 PM Central, you’re going to want to keep an eye on it.