The Minnesota Vikings are locking up tight end Kyle Rudolph on the eve of mandatory minicamp. Multiple outlets report the two sides agreed to a four-year, 36-million-dollar contract extension late Monday. The deal will keep him in Minnesota through the 2023 season. Rudolph has spent his entire eight-year career with the Vikings and has 41 career touchdown catches. He posted 64 grabs for 634 yards and four scores last year. He hasn’t missed a game over the last four seasons.
The Minnesota Vikings are back on the practice field today for the start of a three-day, mandatory minicamp at team headquarters in Eagan. The camp will run through Thursday, and will be the final workouts ahead of training camp next month in Eagan. The Vikes start preseason play August 9th at the Saints.