We've heard it, this season is nothing more than a rebuilding year for the Minnesota Vikings. Fresh off a dismal 3-13 season, the team's roster was riddled with holes and new general manager Rick Spielman vowed to build the team, for not only the present, but for the future as well.
Of all the key additions to the roster this season, none exceeded the age of 28 (TE John Carlson) and all have a chance to be a huge part of the team for years to come.
In my opinion though, there is one move that has seemingly slipped under the radar. The drafting of Arkansas' wide receiver Jarius Wright. It's no shock to fans that the Vikings needed to upgrade the receiver position, but that's not what makes this move so big. It's what Wright brings to the table.
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