In recent weeks, the NFC North’s most disgruntled player has not been a secret with Aaron Rodgers absent from the Green Bay Packers’ minicamps. But if not for such unique circumstances, another player would be gaining more headlines for similar reasons.
After plenty of speculation about Danielle Hunter boycotting the Minnesota Vikings’ own minicamps, a newly restructured deal will keep the defensive end on the practice fields and in a purple uniform for at least another year. While Hunter’s 2022 status is a little shakier, the Vikings will have a key member of their roster in place and avoid a Rodgers-like distraction.
Today’s divisional recap takes a deeper look at the new deal, while detailing two important Detroit defenders hoping to make a statement in the Lions’ new scheme.
O’HARA: What we learned from Lions minicamp
Trey Flowers has emerged as a leader for the Lions, who are having a lot more “fun” at practice under Dan Campbell.
Lions’ new split-safety scheme drew Marlowe to Detroit
The newcomer from Buffalo has an opportunity to grab a starting spot from two inconsistent incumbents and become a read-and-react playmaker in the new defensive scheme.
Tyrell Crosby Appreciates Fan Support Amid Trade Rumors
With Penei Sewell in the fold, Crosby may be a trade candidate prior to the start of the regular season. The veteran is trying to avoid the rumors on social media.
DE Danielle Hunter, Vikings agree to restructured deal
The Vikings will have a decision to make next year on their star defensive player, but, for now, he will be back with the team next season on a restructured contract.
Vikings Nearing Deal to Bring DT Sheldon Richardson Back to Minnesota
After spending the past two seasons in Cleveland, Richardson could be close to a second stint in Minnesota based on the latest rumors.
Lake Minnetonka cruise with former Vikings postponed
Sixteen years after the infamous “Love Boat” scandal, former members of the Vikings will have to wait a little bit longer for a charity boat cruise.
Williams excited to resume career with Bears
After sitting out last season due to Covid-19, the former Kansas City running back figures to be back in the mix with the Bears’ two other established runners.
Chicago Bears: Why Ryan Pace should get a pass on these two 2021 “mistakes”
Signing Andy Dalton and letting Kyle Fuller go might end up being two major mistakes made by Chicago this offseason. Here’s why.
Bears release Darion Clark
The basketball-to-football conversion is over for one tight end hopeful on Chicago’s roster.