Minnesota Vikings Add LB Justin Anderson To Practice Squad
By Adam Carlson
Yesterday, the Minnesota Vikings announced that they had signed linebacker Justin Anderson to their practice squad.
Justin Anderson was an undrafted free agent out of Louisiana-Lafayette. He was initially scooped up by the New York Giants following the NFL draft and earned a spot on their practice squad. After an injury to Jon Beason, Anderson was elevated to the Giants active roster until November 25th, when he was released.
With the signing of Justin Anderson, the Vikings practice squad is now full. Here is how it looks:
Jul 25, 2014; Davie, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins quarterbackPat Devlin
(7) takes a snap during practice at Miami Dolphins Training Facility. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
QB Pat Devlin
WR Donte Foster
G Jordan McCray
DT Isame Faciane
LB Justin Anderson
Anderson is a 6’2″ 235 pound linebacker who could be a valuable stash on the practice squad. Minnesota must see some potential in him to bring him on to the roster and have him available for evaluation and possible inclusion into next year’s training camp.
We at The Viking Age would like to welcome Justin Anderson to Minnesota and wish him the best of luck in all the adventures that will face him with the Vikings.
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