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After a disappointing 2020 campaign in which the Minnesota Vikings finished 7-9 and missed the postseason, changes are coming. And coming quick.

Who might be returning to the 2021 edition of the team and which players will Vikings fans bid adieu?

We take a look at every player on the roster and their contract status — i.e. how much it would cost to cut them, if they are a free agent and what kind (unrestricted, restricted, exclusive rights) or if the player is simply signed to a futures deal.

Who do you think should stay or go on the offensive side of the ball? Well, at the end of the article you can cast your vote for each player’s fate (presented in the order they are listed below).

All contract and salary information courtesy OverTheCap.com.


Zack Bailey: An undrafted free agent out of South Carolina in 2019, Bailey spent the first eight weeks of the 2020 campaign on Tampa Bay’s practice squad before hopping on Minnesota’s practice squad. He played left guard, right tackle and center in college. Salary situation: Signed to a reserve/future contract. Our take: A young, versatile lineman? Count us in. Stay

Cheap Garrett Bradbury Jersey: The highest-drafted center in Vikings history (No. 18 overall in 2019) started all 16 games in 2020, paving the way for Cheap Dalvin Cook Jersey career year. Salary situation: He’s got two years left (plus the 2023 team option) on his rookie deal with $5.7 million in dead money if he’s cut after June 1. Our take: On an unsteady offensive line, Bradbury remains the center of the future. Stay

Cheap Blake Brandel Jersey: A 2020 sixth-round pick by Minnesota, the former Oregon State tackle spent the season on the practice squad. Salary situation: Signed to a reserve/future contract. Our take: With the ability to play both tackle positions, the Vikings have a few years to figure out what Brandel can do. Stay

Cheap Ezra Cleveland Jersey: The Vikings used a second-round pick (No. 58) on Cleveland in the 2020 draft, and so far, he looks the part. Cleveland, drafted as a tackle, debuted in Week 6 against Atlanta at right guard and played 100% of the Vikings’ offensive snaps there the rest of the season. Salary situation: Three years remain on his rookie deal. Our take: Cleveland already can play at a high level at guard. Now let’s see what he can do at his natural position. Stay

Cheap Dakota Dozier Jersey: Dozier played 100% of the offensive snaps at left guard in 2020, despite constantly being picked out as the weakest link of the line. Salary situation: Unrestricted free agent. Our take: Let’s hope the Vikings upgrade at left guard. Go

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Cheap Rashod Hill Jersey: Spending the last five seasons in Minnesota, Hill has appeared in 59 games, making 17 starts (one in 2020). Salary situation: Unrestricted free agent. Our take: There might be big changes on the offensive line this offseason. Why not keep one consistent and bring Hill back? Stay

Cheap Kyle Hinton Jersey: A surprise seventh-round pick by Minnesota out of Division II Washburn, Hinton spent the season on the practice squad before being activated for the season finale in Detroit. He did not play. Salary situation: Becomes an exclusive-rights free agent after 2021 season. No dead cap money if cut. Our take: You don’t select a DII guard in the seventh round just to cut him after Year 1. Stay

Cheap Brett Jones Jersey: Jones played 15 games for Minnesota and spent most of the time on special teams, although he did make starts at right guard in Week 11 and Week 12. Salary situation: Unrestricted free agent. Our take: With all the young offensive linemen in the organization, it might be time to say farewell. Go

Brian O’Neill: Perhaps general manager Rick Spielman’s best find on the O-line in any of his drafts, O’Neill started all 16 games at right tackle. Salary situation: O’Neill has one more year left on his deal. Our take: Stay. Obviously. Is there an extension in store this offseason? Stay

Cheap Riley Reiff Jersey: Expected to be cut before the 2020 season, Reiff stayed in Minnesota on a restructured contract. He started 15 games at left tackle. Salary situation: Reiff has one more year on his deal worth $13.9 million. If cut, the Vikings would take on $2.2 million in dead money but save $11.8 million in cap space. Our take: Reiff was solid for Minnesota in 2020, but the Vikings need to make financial room somewhere. Go

Cheap Dru Samia Jersey: Samia started four games at guard in 2020. It did not go well. At all. Salary situation: Two years remaining on his rookie deal. If cut before June 1, the Vikings will save $665k in cap space. If cut after June 1, Minnesota will save $850,000. Our take: For the sake of Cheap Kirk Cousins Jersey, he should probably go. Go

Cheap Oli Udoh Jersey: Udoh played a whopping four offensive snaps over three games in 2020. Salary situation: He’ll become an unrestricted free agent after the 2022 campaign. Our take: With the Vikings struggles on the line, it’s a head-scratcher to why Udoh didn’t get much of a chance to play. Stay


Cheap Jake Browning Jersey: Browning has spent the last two seasons on the Vikings practice squad. Salary situation: Signed to a reserve/future contract. Our take: Could he compete for the backup role next year? Stay

Kirk Cousins: Cousins struggled early in 2020, throwing 10 interceptions over the team’s first six games. But he settled down after that and logged a 113.6 passer rating over the final 10 contests. Salary situation: Cousins has two seasons left on his contract. He’ll count $31 million towards the cap in 2021. If the Vikings cut Cousins, they’d eat all $31 million in dead cap space (and $41 million if cut before June 1). Translation? It’s not happening. For those firmly on the anti-Cousins bandwagon, Minnesota could save $21 million in cap space by trading Cousins after June 1. Our take: Look, Minnesota isn’t trading for Deshaun Watson. Cousins will be back. Stay

Cheap Sean Mannion Jersey: The 28-year-old didn’t see a single snap on the field in 2020. Salary situation: Unrestricted free agent. Our take: It might be time to give a younger player a chance to become the backup. Go

Cheap Nate Stanley Jersey: A seventh-round selection in 2020, the former Iowa quarterback spent the season on the practice squad. Salary situation: Signed to a reserve/future contract. Our take: Stanley, like all 2020 rookies, was robbed of a preseason to showcase his talent. Let’s see what he can do next fall. Stay


Cheap Ameer Abdullah Jersey: Abdullah logged 100 total yards and two touchdowns on 16 touches in 2020. He also returned 15 kickoffs for 352 yards (23.5 average). Salary situation: Unrestricted free agent. Our take: Minnesota should try to bring in a more explosive kick returner next year. Go

Cheap Jake Bargas Jersey: A tight end in college, Bargas transitioned to fullback as a pro after signing as an undrafted free agent in May. Bargas played seven offensive snaps in Week 16 against New Orleans when C.J. Ham was inactive. Salary situation: Signed to a reserve/future contract. Our take: You can’t have a better mentor at fullback than Ham. Stay

Mike Boone: Boone rushed 11 times for 59 yards (5.4 average) and a touchdown in 2020. He’s logged 71 carries for 379 yards over his three-year career. Salary situation: Restricted free agent. Our take: You can find a Cheap Mike Boone Jersey late in the 2021 draft … or even among undrafted free agents. Go

Dalvin Cook: After signing a contract extension before the season, Cook tallied a career-best 1,557 rushing yards, which ranked second in the NFL. Salary situation: Five years remaining on his contract extension. If cut before June 1, the Vikings would suffer $12.4 million in dead money. Our take: Cook is proving those “never pay RBs” folks wrong. At times, he’s the entire Vikings offense. Stay

Cheap C.J. Ham Jersey: Cook wouldn’t have put up those big numbers without Ham paving the way. Plus, he logged 115 total yards on 13 touches (eight catches, five rushes). Salary situation: Three years remaining on his deal and a $2.25 million penalty if cut before June 1. Our take: Ham will make $3 million next season. He’s worth every penny. Stay

Cheap Alexander Mattison Jersey: In his second NFL season, Mattison rushed 96 times for 434 yards and two scores for the Vikings in 2020. He earned two starts when Cook was out. Salary situation: Two years remaining on his rookie deal. He’ll earn $1.1 million next season. Our take: Mattison isn’t a game-changing back, but he’s a nice sidekick for Cook. Stay


Cheap Dan Bailey Jersey: Bailey set career lows by nailing just 68.2% of his field-goal attempts and 86% of his extra-point attempts. In a two-week span late in the season, Bailey went 1-for-4 on extra-point attempts and 2-for-6 on field-goal attempts against Jacksonville and Tampa Bay. Oof. Salary situation: Two years left on his contract. If he’s cut after June 1, the Vikings would save $2.8 million towards the cap and face $1.1M in dead money. Our take: It might be time to find a new kicker’s career to ruin. Go

Taylor Bertolet: Minnesota signed Bertolet to its practice squad Dec. 19. He has yet to attempt a kick in the NFL. Salary situation: Bertolet’s contract with the Vikings expired, making him a free agent. Our take: On to the next one. Go

Cheap Britton Colquitt Jersey: Among punters with 40+ attempts last season, Colquitt ranked 20th with an average of 45.1 yards per punt. He ranked 31st with a mere 11 punts downed inside the 20-yard line, doing so at a 20.4% clip, which was even worse at 34th. Translation? He wasn’t good. Salary situation: Two years left on his deal. Colquitt is due $3.2 million next season with $1.4 million in dead cap if cut before June 1, $717K if cut afterwards. Our take: It’s possible that we’ll see a new kicker and punter in town for Ryan Ficken, who was promoted to special teams coordinator. Go

Andrew DePaola: Minnesota spent a seventh-round pick on Cheap Austin Cutting Jersey in 2019, only to put him on waivers Dec. 1. DePaola played the final seven contests. Salary situation: One year remaining on his deal. He’s due $990K next season. Our take: Sure, he can stay. Stay


Cheap Tyler Conklin Jersey: Primarily used as a blocking tight end over the first two seasons of his career, Conklin got involved in the air attack in 2020, catching 19 passes for 194 yards and a score — and all of that production occurring after Week 9. Salary situation: Conklin is due $990K for next season. He’ll become a free agent after 2021. Our take: Yep, he should be back. And it might be time to talk contract extension. Stay

Cheap Brandon Dillon Jersey: In his second NFL season, Dillon played 12 offensive snaps for Minnesota in 2021 and caught one pass for six yards. Salary situation: Signed to a reserve/future contract. Our take: At 6-foot-5 and 250 pounds, it can’t hurt to bring Dillon back. Stay

Hale Hentges: Former Washington and Indianapolis tight end Hentges was signed by the Vikings on Dec. 10. He played all of seven special teams snaps in the season finale vs. Detroit. Salary situation: Restricted free agent. Our take: Hentges had his cup of coffee with the Vikings, and that might be it. Go

Cheap Irv Smith Jr. Jersey: The second-round pick hauled in 30 catches for a career-high 365 yards and five touchdowns in 13 contests, ranking third on the team in the latter two categories. Salary situation: Two years to go on his rookie contract. Our take: Is 2021 the year Smith sees a TE1 workload? Stay

Cheap Kyle Rudolph Jersey: Rudolph played 12 contests in 2020, the first time he’s missed time since 2014. Rudolph finished with 28 catches for 334 yards and one score. Salary situation: There are three years remaining on his contract extension he signed in 2019. He’s due $9.4 million next season, which is 5.2% of the cap number. If cut before June 1, the Vikings will suffer $4.4 million in dead money but will save $5 million in cap space. Our take: Here we are again. Rudolph has often been rumored to be on his way out, but this could actually be the offseason it happens. The Vikings are too cap-strapped. Go


Cheap Chad Beebe Jersey: The 2018 undrafted free-agent signee set career bests with 20 catches, 201 receiving yards and two scores in 2020. He never could get much momentum in the punt return game, averaging 4.7 yards per attempt with two fumbles (one lost). Salary situation: Restricted free agent. Our take: The Vikings might want to find a legitimate No. 3 receiver behind Cheap Justin Jefferson Jersey and Cheap Adam Thielen Jersey. Go

Cheap Dan Chisena Jersey: A surprise signing after the draft by Minnesota (we detailed his unlikely journey to the NFL here), Chisena played 259 snaps on special teams and logged six tackles and one fumble recovery. His blazing speed was put on display as a gunner on the punt team, but he never made a game-changing play. Salary situation: Under contract for the next two seasons and will earn $783K in 2021. It’ll only cost the Vikings $6K in dead money if he’s cut before June 1. Our take: He constantly was the first player down the field on punts. Might as well give him more time to grow. Stay

Justin Jefferson: The 22nd overall pick was the Vikings’ brightest spot in 2020. Jefferson set the Super Bowl era rookie record with 1,400 receiving yards to go along with 88 catches and seven touchdowns. In a deep 2020 WR class, he looks like the cream of the crop. Salary situation: Signed for the next three seasons (plus a team option for 2024). Our take: We can’t wait to watch what’s next. Stay

Cheap Bisi Johnson Jersey: Johnson started the season as the Vikings’ No. 2 receiver before taking a back seat to Jefferson after two games. He logged 14 catches for 189 yards. Salary situation: He’ll be an unrestricted free agent in 2023. If cut before June 1, the Vikings will face a mere $37K in dead money. Our take: The Vikings don’t have much depth at the position behind Jefferson and Thielen. Johnson is cheap, so therefore probably will return. Stay

Cheap K.J. Osborn Jersey: A fifth-round pick in 2020, Osborn didn’t play a single offensive snap but he returned 14 kicks for 303 yards (21.6 average) and seven punts for 27 yards (3.9 average). Osborn fumbled on two punt returns, losing the football once. Salary situation: Three years remain on his contract. He’ll be paid $846K next season. If cut before June 1, the Vikings would save $646K in cap space. Our take: Osborn didn’t inspire anyone in the return game. Will the Vikings really trust him in Year II? Go

Adam Thielen: In 15 games, Thielen caught 74 passes for 925 yards and ranked third in the NFL with 14 receiving touchdowns. Salary situation: Signed for the next four seasons. It’d cost the Vikings $5.4 million to cut him before June 1. Our take: We can’t wait for another season of Thielen & Jefferson.

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In an ongoing series highlighting the position groups of the Minnesota Vikings, we dive into their 2020 performances as well as what to expect in 2021. We previously evaluated the performance of Cheap Kirk Cousins Jersey and the quarterback position.

With the Minnesota Vikings’ season in the rear-view mirror, they can immediately begin looking at ways to improve. One area where there isn’t a ton of room for growth is at running back.

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Dec 20, 2020; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (33) runs the ball in the first quarter against the Chicago Bears at U.S. Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports
You couldn’t ask for anything more out of Dalvin Cook in the 14 games he was on the field. Performing as a top-three player at his position, Cook excelled in everything he was asked to do. Whether it was holding up as a blocker, gaining yards after the catch, or making defenders miss in the backfield as he’s handed the ball, Cook surpassed all expectations.

Dalvin Cook stats, running back group trade
Bold indicates career-high

312 rushes, 1,557 yards, 16 TDs, 5.0 YPC, 111.2 YPG
44 Rec, 361 yards, 1 TD
3 Fumbles lost
Cook’s rushing yards, per game average, and touchdowns all ranked second in the NFL. He finished just 82 yards away from having 2,000 total yards.

Cook was the fifth-highest paid running back in 2020 and makes an average of $12.6 million per year. Considering his production, he earns every dollar of his deal. Since being selected in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, Cook has been everything the Vikings dreamed of and then some.

After Cook injured his groin in a Week 5 game, backup Alexander Mattison earned a bigger opportunity. He carried the ball 20 times for 112 yards and gained 95 more in the final game of the season filling in for Cook once again. Mattison also started in Week 6 against the Falcons. He struggled, averaging just 2.6 yards on 10 attempts. Mattison finished the year with just under 100 rushes, gaining 4.5 yards per carry.

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As a lead blocker in the running game, fullback C.J. Ham is a key component to the Vikings’ success on the ground. The Duluth native only scored one touchdown this past year, but it’s his propensity to open up lanes for Cook and Mattison to burst through that led to the Vikings averaging the fifth-most rushing yards per game in 2020.

Ham also plays nearly 50% of the snaps on special teams and was the fourth-highest paid at his position in 2020. Making just $3 million per season, Ham is a bargain buy for the Vikings.

Minnesota Vikings running back position group grade: A

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Jan 3, 2021; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Minnesota Vikings running back Alexander Mattison (25) scores a touchdown against the Detroit Lions during the third quarter at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports
Behind Cook, the Vikings have one of the deepest running back depth charts in the NFL. When given the opportunity, Alexander Mattison has shown starter-caliber talent, averaging 4.6 yards per carry on 196 attempts in his pro career.

Cheap Ameer Abdullah Jersey is an unrestricted free agent. With Abdullah handling kick return duties for the past two-plus seasons, there’s a chance the Vikings offer him a contract. But with his return averages dwindling each year as a Viking, they may be better off gambling on incoming draft prospects or looking elsewhere in free agency to fill that need.

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Cheap Mike Boone Jersey is a restricted free agent and will probably be retained as the team’s third running back. He, too, has flashed game-changing ability in the past. Boone had 148 rushing yards for the Vikings in the Week 17 finale of 2019.

Then again, the Vikings may allow Boone to seek a bigger role elsewhere as they seek to cut costs. Boone has shown home run potential, but the Vikings have two backs ahead of him who are younger.

It’s unlikely the running back rotation will change much if at all. With Cheap Dalvin Cook Jersey , Cheap Alexander Mattison Jersey , and Cheap C.J. Ham Jersey all locked up through 2022, don’t expect any sizable investments or additions being made to the team’s backfield before the 2021 season starts.

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Justin Jefferson, Cheap Adam Thielen Jersey, and DeVonta Smith in the same receiving corps? It’s a longshot, but that’s what NFL.com draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah has happening in his latest 2021 mock. Smith falls to the Vikings at 14, and perhaps against Mike Zimmer’s wishes, Minnesota snatches up an elite wideout from the SEC for the second straight year.

Is it unlikely? Very much so. But is it fun to imagine and discuss? You bet it is.

After winning the Heisman trophy with an utterly ridiculous 2020 season (1,862 yards and 24 total TDs in 13 games), Smith is firmly in the discussion to be the first wide receiver drafted in April. With his otherworldly separation and route-running abilities, he has the potential to be a game-breaker in the NFL. Smith could be an option as early as No. 3 overall to the Dolphins, if they don’t trade that pick.

But there is also a legitimate chance that Smith falls because of concerns about his size. He was listed at 6’1″, 175 pounds at Alabama, and that thin frame is going to scare some evaluators in the same way that Cheap Cameron Dantzler Jersey frame scared people last year. Personally, I think it’s a classic case of the NFL overthinking things, because Smith’s weight (which he’ll add to, at least slightly) doesn’t mean much when he’s sprinting past defensive backs or making acrobatic catches above them. But it’s a real apprehension that some scouts have.

In Jeremiah’s mock, LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase is the first receiver off the board, going to Miami at No. 3. That makes sense to me; Chase is a spectacular all-around receiver who was better than Jefferson on the Tigers’ 2019 national championship team. The Eagles pass on a WR at 6, taking Florida TE/athlete/superhuman Kyle Pitts instead. The Lions also pass on a receiver, going with Micah Parsons. Those two teams are commonly linked to the top trio of receivers (Smith, Chase, and Smith’s teammate Jaylen Waddle). The Giants take Gregory Rousseau instead of a wideout at 11, and suddenly both Bama receivers are falling.

After the 49ers take Rashawn Slater, the Chargers snap up Waddle with the 13th pick. That leaves the Vikings to take Smith one pick later. Here’s Jeremiah’s explanation:

The Vikings have holes to fill on defense, but they could give Cheap Kirk Cousins Jersey a heck of a trio by adding Smith to a receiving corps that already includes Cheap Justin Jefferson Jersey and Adam Thielen.

I love it. The Vikings can recreate the “Three Deep” receiving corps they had in 1998 and 1999 with Cheap Cris Carter Jersey, Cheap Randy Moss Jersey, and Cheap Jake Reed Jersey. It would be an example of taking the best player available and continuing to invest in the offense. In 1997, both Carter and Reed had 1,000-yard seasons and combined for 19 touchdown receptions. Wide receiver wasn’t a need. But Moss fell to the Vikings at 21, they selected him, and the rest is history.

This situation is a bit different. Both Carter (32) and Reed (30) were veterans at the time the Vikings drafted Moss. Thielen is 30, but Jefferson is still just 21 years old. Smith is actually seven months older than Jefferson. Regardless, it still makes sense. You’d have at least a few years of the best WR trio in the NFL, and if Thielen starts to decline, the two young guns would take the reins for the foreseeable future.

Imagine Smith and his long strides running down bombs from Kirk Cousins. He might be more of a pure deep threat than Jefferson, which is saying a lot. But both players are incredibly well-rounded and versatile receivers, and Thielen should still play at an extremely high level at age 31. Thielen would also be a fantastic mentor for Smith, just like he was for Jefferson last year, and new receivers coach Keenan McCardell is the perfect person to guide two young star wideouts. Smith could potentially be used as a punt returner, too. He would add another dimension to Minnesota’s offense.

Here’s the catch: it’s not very likely at all. Two things would have to happen for the Vikings to land Smith (or Chase or Waddle, for that matter). One of those players would have to fall to 14, which would surprise me with so many receiver-needy teams (MIA, PHI, DET, NYG, and a couple others) in the top 13. And then the Vikings would actually have to pull the trigger. Would Zimmer and Rick Spielman do it, or would they play it safe and draft an OL/DL/DB instead? Of Jeremiah’s next five picks, four would make sense for the Vikings: South Carolina CB Jaycee Horn, USC OL Alijah Vera-Tucker, Michigan EDGE Kwity Paye, and Virginia Tech OT Christian Darrisaw. Perhaps Spielman would use the leverage of the WR on the board to trade down and get back into the second round.

If the Vikings did draft a receiver, they’d have to change their offensive philosophy and personnel groupings to maximize the output of all three players. Instead of remaining one of the league’s most run-heavy teams, with minimal use of 11 personnel (three receivers on the field at once), they’d have to slash their usage of Cheap C.J. Ham Jersey and two tight ends and modernize their attack. And it’s not a question of whether new offensive coordinator Klint Kubiak would do it, it’s a question of whether or not the old-school Zimmer would allow it. He has the ultimate control over how the offense operates, as we saw in 2018 when he fired John DeFilippo for not running the ball enough.