6 most disappointing Vikings moves of the 2022 offseason

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During the last few months of the 2022 offseason, which decisions made by the Minnesota Vikings should be regarded as the most disappointing?

It’s almost June, which means the 2022 offseason is closer to being over for the Minnesota Vikings and the rest of the NFL.

It’s possible that the Vikings could make some changes to their roster before the start of their training camp this summer. But for the most part, they’ve already made the majority of their big offseason decisions.

It has certainly been an eventful offseason for Minnesota, which began with the firings of their longtime head coach and general manager.

A new regime is now in charge of the Vikings for the first time in a long time and the franchise is hoping that their new leadership will help them reach a level of success like never before.

Minnesota made a bunch of moves during the last few months that they are hoping will help them accomplish their goals for the 2022 season and beyond. However, not every decision the Vikings made this year is deserving of praise.

Looking back at all of the choices Minnesota has made this offseason, which ones should be considered the most disappointing?