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Vikings Roster Cuts: Minnesota Vikings release Josh Andrews

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He’s being waived with an injury designation

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The roster moves for the Minnesota Vikings continue as they make their way closer to the 3:00 PM Central time roster deadline. They’ve now let go of another offensive lineman as well.

Word is coming out that the Vikings have released interior lineman Josh Andrews. The reports are saying that Andrews is being waived with an injury designation, which means that if nobody claims him on waivers he will revert to the Vikings’ injured reserve list.

Andrews has been in the league since 2014. He spent his career prior to this season with the Philadelphia Eagles, bouncing back and forth between the practice squad and the active roster. He has played in 13 games over the course of his career. It’s not a surprising move by Minnesota, and it would be a surprise to see him back with the practice squad.

We still have plenty of moves to go before the Minnesota Vikings have completed their 53-man roster, and we’ll be tracking all of them for you right here.