The Minnesota Vikings have come to terms with Garrett Bradbury, the team’s first round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Bradbury is a center from North Carolina State who the Vikings selected 18th overall. With the signing of Bradbury, the Vikings have just one of their 12 draft picks left unsigned from the 2019 draft. That player is seventh round long snapper Austin Cutting. Cutting played for the Air Force and has two years of military service required, complicating his NFL career.
The Vikings also successfully renegotiated linebacker Eric Kendrick’s contract to help the team get under the salary cap and sign the team’s draft picks.