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Vikings make Stacy Keely signing official, waive Adam Bisnowaty

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And the roster is still at 90 players

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After making the second of their three rookie tryout camp signings official on Tuesday, the Minnesota Vikings made their third one official on Wednesday and have made the corresponding move to keep their roster at 90 players.

The Vikings have officially announced the signing of Alabama-Birmingham defensive end Stacy Keely. In order to make room for him on the roster, the team has waived offensive tackle Adam Bisnowaty.

Bisnowaty, a sixth-round pick of the New York Giants in the 2017 NFL Draft, did not appear in any games for Minnesota. He was signed to the practice squad in late October of 2018, reuniting him with his college teammate, Brian O’Neill. He was then signed to a futures contract after the regular season came to an end. Since being drafted, he has appeared in just one NFL game, back in his rookie season with the Giants when he started the team’s season finale at right tackle.

In Keely’s two seasons at UAB, he recorded 43 tackles, five sacks, seven tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and one blocked kick.

Again, with these moves, the Vikings’ roster is now at 90 players. If there is any more movement on the roster, we’ll have an update for you right here as soon as we have it.