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Minnesota Vikings Waive Terrell Sinkfield

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The converted wide receiver could be a practice squad possibility

NFL: Minnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

We have another roster move for the Minnesota Vikings, and it involves another local product that could potentially be brought back to the team’s practice squad.

According to Darren Wolfson of KSTP in the Twin Cities, the team will be waiving cornerback Terrell Sinkfield.

Sinkfield, who as Wolfson notes went to Hopkins High School, was in camp with the Vikings in 2016 as a wide receiver, and was brought back this season with the idea of converting him to cornerback. He had some moments this preseason, but with the depth that the Vikings have at the cornerback position, it was going to be tough for him to make the squad.

We are keeping track of all of the Minnesota Vikings transactions today on our Roster Cut Tracker, and we are updating it just as soon as we get news of any new movement out of Winter Park. Be sure to keep things pointed right here so you can get all the news as it happens.