When it comes to their final roster cuts, the Minnesota Vikings are going to have plenty of things to sort out along the offensive line, and that started on Friday with the release of some of the big men up front.
Among those cuts was guard Kaleb Johnson, who had signed with the team just a couple of weeks ago. Johnson was the player that was signed to fill the roster spot previously occupied by Nick Easton when the Vikings officially put him on injured reserve.
Johnson has been in the National Football League since 2015, when he went undrafted out of Rutgers. He has made several stops around the National Football League, and will now have to continue his journey on another roster.
There are plenty of other transactions made by the Minnesota Vikings that we will be talking about as we get closer to the 53-man roster deadline. We’re going to give each player released their own individual post about it, so keep it right here to make sure you get all of them.