Minnesota Vikings Roster Cuts Trackers: 53-Man Roster Surprised (UPDATED)

It’s NFL roster cut day, which means the Minnesota Vikings, like all NFL teams, must trim their roster down to 53 men before the 4:00 p.m. ET deadline.

Rather than just writing down every roster cut, let’s focus on a few you didn’t see coming.

For Minnesota Vikings fans, there aren’t many who will qualify. Minnesota is a team in transition hoping to make the postseason after a poor year in the NFC North. Despite playing in the same division as Aaron Rodgers, the Vikings are seemingly always an NFC wildcard threat with Kirk Cousins ​​at the quarterback position.

Viking squad cuts: Kellen Mond released

Moon was drafted into another regime in 2021, so it’s not shocking that a roster spot wasn’t available for him. It has become common for teams to keep two quarterbacks over the 53-man. So after Minnesota traded for Nick Mullens, Moon was an easy target to be on the way out.

It’s an unhappy ending for a man Mike hated Zimmer with a burning passion, for some reason.

Viking Roster Cuts: Jaylen Twyman Released

Also from another regime, Twyman was an inspirational story in the Line of Defence. The former Pittsburgh sixth-round pick was shot four times in Washington DC and returned to the field. Unfortunately, he couldn’t make enough of an impression to stay in the 53-man squad.

Viking roster cuts: Keeping track

For those who want a full tracker, The Viking Age offers a full scale cut tracker here.

https://fansided.com/2022/08/30/minnesota-vikings-roster-cuts-tracker/ Minnesota Vikings Roster Cuts Trackers: 53-Man Roster Surprised (UPDATED)

John Verrall

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