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Sharrif Floyd Drops Grievance Against Minnesota Vikings

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Former Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd has officially withdrawn his grievance against the Vikings, according to the Star-Tribune’s Ben Goessling.

While the case is considered to be put to test, Floyd is still pursuing $180 million in a lawsuit against the Andrews Institute, headed by Dr. James Andrews. Notably, 40% of Floyd’s potential grievance amount ($1.9MM) counted against the Vikings’ cap.

Floyd was scheduled to earn $6.757 million, via his fifth year option back in 2017, but the Vikings  placed him on the non-football injury list due to a nerve issue in Floyd’s knee preventing him from playing.

 

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Vikings, Kyle Rudolph Agree to Contract Extension

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The Minnesota Vikings and veteran tight end Kyle Rudolph have agreed to a four-year, $36 million contract extension, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

According to the Star Tribune’s Ben Goessling, Rudolph’s new deal will see him earn $9 million in 2019, fully guaranteed, while his 2020 salary is guaranteed for injury.

Rudolph spoke about the deal on Twitter:

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Vikings Waive Adam Bisnowaty

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The Minnesota Vikings have ended the short tenure of offensive lineman Adam Bisnowaty by announcing that they have waived him.

Bisnowaty landed with the Vikings back in October 2018 and spent the rest of the season on the practice squad.

His waiving was done to create a roster spot for undrafted rookie free agent defensive end Stacy Keely, who participated in the team’s rookie minicamp on a tryout last week, able to earn a contract in the process.

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Vikings Declining Laquon Treadwell’s Option

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The Minnesota Vikings are expected to decline the fifth-year option on the contract of wide receiver Laquon Treadwell, according to the Pioneer Press’ Chris Tomasson.

Had Minnesota opted to exercise the option on Treadwell, they would have had to pony up $10.162 million for the 2020 season, making the decision to decline to do so wise.

Treadwell has never lived up to his first round selection, and could be traded in the near future.

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