The Minnesota Vikings Offseason
Best move of the Offseason: Resigning Garrett Bradbury
The Minnesota Vikings didn't make any crazy moves this offseason but one of their best came with the resigning of Garrett Bradbury in the offseason. If their is one thing that the Vikings need it's consistency on their offensive line and with Christian Darrisaw continuing to improve his play, keeping Bradbury in the interior should help stabilize the interior.
The Top Draft Target
#24 Will Levis (QB) University of Kentucky
The Minnesota Vikings are not in rebuild mode but it is certainly around the corner for them and getting the potential future at the position should be a priority in the draft in Day 1. Will Levis is the most likely of the quarterbacks to fall and if he finds his himself to be available at #24, the Vikings should pounce on the chance to bring him in and develop into a franchise quarterback.