Jordan Addison - WR
Back in April, the Vikings made the decision to use their first-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft on former USC wide receiver Jordan Addison.
Addison took part in Minnesota's rookie minicamp in May, but he suffered an injury that wound up preventing him from participating in any of the team's other OTA practices and their mandatory minicamp.
When Addison was drafted, many penciled him in as Minnesota's No. 2 receiver for the upcoming season. But with his inability to practice this spring, K.J. Osborn appears to be currently in the lead to open up the 2023 season as the Vikings' other starting wide receiver next to Justin Jefferson.
It's not like Addison's stock fell dramatically during the last few weeks. But being unable to practice certainly isn't something that helped him either.
Addison is expected to be recovered from his injury by the time training camp begins this summer, and if he can remain on the practice field, he should have plenty of chances to make his case to be Minnesota's No. 2 receiver. But for now, he'll likely begin the regular season in the No. 3 spot on the Vikings' wide receiver depth chart.