As we get closer to the 3:00 PM Central time deadline for NFL rosters to be trimmed to 53 players, the Minnesota Vikings have given us a little more clarity on their offensive line depth chart.
According to Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, the Vikings have waived offensive lineman Zac Kerin.
Kerin has been a member of the Vikings for several years, having signed with the team in 2014 as an undrafted free agent out of Toledo and spending a couple of seasons on the practice squad. He finally got to see some game action in 2016, stepping in for Brandon Fusco at guard in a couple of different games. He could also be a possibility for the practice squad.
We’re just about two hours away from this year’s roster deadline, folks. We’ll be keeping our Roster Cut Tracker updated with all of the latest news coming out of Winter Park courtesy of Rick Spielman and company, so be sure to keep it right here for all the latest.