Minnesota Vikings Training Camp 2018: Day 14 recap

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Offense on Day 14:

Remmers returns to practice

After losing Nick Easton for the 2018 season to a neck injury last week, the Vikings actually got some positive offensive line news on Monday when right guard Mike Remmers returned to practice.

Remmers, who has been dealing with an ankle injury, participated in Minnesota’s individual drills, but watched from the sidelines during the team drills portion of practice.

Johnson already working with the second team

To replace Easton’s spot on their roster, the Vikings signed free-agent offensive linemen Kaleb Johnson on Monday. Despite being a member of the franchise for less than 24 hours, Minnesota already had Johnson working with the second-team offense during Monday’s practice.

Brown, Diggs, and Zylstra sit out

In their first practice since their preseason game in Denver on Saturday, the Vikings had a few members of their offense watching from the sidelines.

Running back Mack Brown, and receivers Stefon Diggs and Brandon Zylstra all did not participate in Minnesota’s practice on Monday. Diggs reason for sitting out is unknown, Zylstra is reportedly dealing with a hamstring injury, and Brown was seen limping off the field towards the end of the Vikings’ preseason game against the Broncos.

Coley carted off the field

With Diggs and Zylstra not in action, there were plenty of reps to go around for some of Minnesota’s other receivers on Monday.

Stacy Coley was one of those pass catchers taking advantage of some more reps during practice. That was until he landed hard after attempting to make a catch and had to be taken off the field on a cart.

No news yet on what Coley’s injury situation currently looks like.

Hill gives the Vikings a scare

Coley was not the only one to leave the Vikings’ practice field on a cart during Monday’s practice. Minnesota offensive lineman Rashod Hill was also wheeled away into the training room after rolling his ankle during Monday’s session.

Luckily, it doesn’t seem like Hill’s injury is anything to worry about since he was later seen back on the field and participating in the Vikings’ team drills.