6 free-agent interior offensive linemen the Vikings could sign in 2020

(Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images) Brandon Scherff
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(Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) Graham Glasgow
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Graham Glasgow

It always seems like a good idea to poach talent from a division rival, but it may be wise to think twice when the Detroit Lions are in your division. That being said, Graham Glasgow could be another flier for the Vikings to take on to upgrade their size in the trenches.

Glasgow didn’t have elite testing numbers in the agility drills during the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine, but he did just enough to make him a decent prospect for Minnesota’s offensive scheme. In addition, Glasgow would bring some much-needed beef on the offensive line, ranking in the 97th percentile in height (6-foot-6) and the 69th percentile in weight (307 pounds).

Even if the Vikings have some concerns with his pass-blocking ability (25 pressures allowed in 2019), he ranks in the upper echelon in guards grading out as the 10th-best interior lineman by Pro Football Focus.

Again, money could be an issue with Glasgow being one of the best options on the market this year. However, if Minnesota can do enough to clear cap space (and possibly even want an upgrade over Josh Kline), Glasgow wouldn’t be a bad addition to the offensive line.