clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Minnesota Vikings officially announce Undrafted Free Agent signings

New, comments

There are ten names on the list

Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual - Washington v Ohio State Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

The Minnesota Vikings have officially announced the signings of ten Undrafted Free Agents, coming to terms with them after the conclusion of the 2019 NFL Draft. Here are the complete list of those free agents.

Micah Abernathy, CB, Tennessee

Khari Blasingame, FB, Vanderbilt

Jake Browning, QB, Washington

Davion Davis, WR, Sam Houston State

Brandon Dillon, TE, Marian

Alexander Hollins, WR, Eastern Illinois

John Keenoy, C, Western Michigan

Nate Meadors, CB, California-Los Angeles

Tito Odenigbo, DT, Miami (FL)

Anree Saint-Amour, DE, Georgia Tech

On Sunday, we had reported that the Vikings had signed Alabama-Birmingham defensive back Mar’Sean Diggs (younger brother of Stefon Diggs) to an undrafted free agent deal as well. It appears that was inaccurate. Instead, it is believed that the younger Diggs will be attending the Vikings’ rookie tryout camp, which will be taking place this week. We’ll be attempting to compile a list of players that will be partaking in that as well.

The biggest name on this list is probably Browning, who had an outstanding sophomore season for the Washington Huskies in 2016, a season that saw him throw 43 touchdown passes to just nine interceptions and finish sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting. His junior and senior seasons were markedly less impressive, but the Vikings have apparently seen something that they like in him.

With these ten signings, plus the twelve players that the team selected in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Vikings’ roster currently sits at 89 players. It wouldn’t be surprising to see them sign one of the players from the aforementioned rookie camp to fill that final spot.