The Vikings parted ways with several high-priced veterans over the offseason. That could happen again next year.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, NFL revenues are expected to significantly decrease this season. That means the salary cap could plummet, falling from $198.2 million in 2020 to perhaps as low as $175 million in 2021. And the Vikings already were facing some cap issues for 2021 before the pandemic hit.
So, could this be the last Vikings training camp for left tackle Riley Reiff, 31, who is on the books for a cap number of $13.2 million in 2020 and $13.95 million in 2021? Could it be the final Minnesota camp for tight end Kyle Rudolph, 30, who has cap numbers of $7.025 million in 2020 and $9.45 million in 2021?
Even an up-and-coming player such as safety Anthony Harris, 28, cou...Read More