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Vikings waive DT David Moa

The big defensive tackle could be a practice squad candidate

Marshall v Boise State Photo by Loren Orr/Getty Images

We’re getting more moves coming in from the Minnesota Vikings as they get their roster down to 53 players before today’s 3:00 PM Central deadline.

The team has waived defensive tackle David Moa as a part of their final cuts.

Moa played his college football at Boise State, where he was a teammate of Vikings’ second-round pick Ezra Cleveland. He went undrafted, and the Vikings signed him as a part of the UDFA signing frenzy this past April.

There has been no indication at the present time of whether or not the team has any interested in bringing the big run-stuffer back to the team as a member of the practice squad.

We still have plenty of moves to come for the Vikings as they get their roster down to the league-mandated level. If you want to see all the moves as they come in, we’re tracking all of them on our Roster Cut Tracker to make things easier on everyone.