5 positions the Minnesota Vikings won’t draft in 2019

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PHILADELPHIA, PA - APRIL 27: Commissioner of the National Football League Roger Goodell speaks during the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on April 27, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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The Minnesota Vikings have some obvious needs heading into this April’s Draft, and topping those is their offensive line. For the most part, their roster is pretty well set, so what positions will the Vikings NOT be drafting this April?

The Minnesota Vikings have glaring needs on their offensive line as they head into this April’s Draft. There is no doubt they will use at least one pick to address it, if not a few more. In addition to the offensive line, they could also be looking for a young defensive tackle, a linebacker to replace Anthony Barr if he bolts in free agency like many expect, a tight end, and a big-bodied receiver.

While the Vikings needs are pretty clear and obvious to the average fan, what are some areas the team will not be addressing through the Draft? Maybe it’s a position where they are deep, maybe they’ve had bad luck in the past with a rookie at this position, or maybe there just won’t be anyone at that position who is worth taking when they are on the clock.

Whatever the reason, here’s a list of positions the Vikings will not be taking during the 2019 NFL Draft.