Trailer released for documentary on the journey of a Vikings lineman

(Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images) Brett Jones
(Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images) Brett Jones /

Fans of the Minnesota Vikings can get a look behind the scenes at the journey of an NFL lineman in UNCHARTED NORTH: I Am Brett Jones.

The road to the NFL is a tough one and staying in the league once you arrive is a challenge. In order to succeed, players must push themselves to the physical limits in order to show teams like the Minnesota Vikings they are worthy of a roster spot.

The constant competition can sometimes make for compelling stories. The Little Park is hoping viewers will enjoy the journey of offensive lineman Brett Jones and have released a trailer for an upcoming documentary titled UNCHARTED NORTH: I Am Brett Jones.

The trailer for the upcoming film is available on the official YouTube channel of The Little Park and hints at his playing days in college, with the Calgary Stampeders and the New York Giants, as well as his current situation with the Minnesota Vikings.

In 2018, the Minnesota Vikings traded with the New York Giants for the services of the Canadian offensive lineman, sending them a seventh-round pick in return for the center. When arriving, he started the first three games of the season in place of the injured Pat Elflein but hasn’t returned to the starting lineup since. However, he played in 16 games in his two seasons with the purple and gold.

UNCHARTED NORTH: I Am Brett Jones has some behind the scenes footage Vikings fans should enjoy, including video from outside U.S. Bank Stadium, practices, fans, and even back in the locker room which should help the documentary appeal to a broader audience.

At the time of this publication, there is no release date associated with the full release of the documentary, but for now, the trailer should be enough to get some fans interested in the project.

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Brett Jones is set to become a free agent for the 2020 NFL season unless the Vikings lock him down with an extension. Considering their financial situation and his starting experience, bringing the offensive lineman back could be a smart decision for both the salary camp and depth on the interior line.