The Minnesota Vikings are wrapping up their third and final week of Organized Team Activities. The Vikes will be back on the field next week for a mandatory three-day mini-camp. After Tuesday’s OTA session in Winter Park, head coach Leslie Frazier said several players have stuck out in a positive way early this offseason. Frazier says linebacker Erin Henderson is becoming more of a leader of the field and cornerback Chris Carr, who was signed in the spring, seems to be a great addition to their secondary. Frazier also said rookie Robert Blanton is making great strides in his transition from cornerback to safety and that he expects great things from second-year tight-end Kyle Rudolph this upcoming season.
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