7 former Vikings players who remain unsigned in 2024

Former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Josh Dobbs
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Which members of the 2023 Minnesota Vikings are still in need of finding a new team in free agency before the start of the 2024 NFL season?

During the first two unofficial days of the NFL's 2024 free agency period for the Minnesota Vikings, there have been a number of significant arrivals and departures.

In the last 48 hours, the Vikings have already said goodbye to a pair of longtime contributors in quarterback Kirk Cousins and pass rusher Danielle Hunter, while also welcoming several exciting new players to their roster like pass rusher Jonathan Greenard and running back Aaron Jones.

While it seemed like there was so much going on during the first two days of this year's free agency period, there is still plenty left to be sorted out.

There are still a number of free-agents from Minnesota's 2023 roster that are still unsigned. This could all change very quickly, but for now, some of the most memorable Vikings from this past season are still in need of a new team for the 2024 campaign.

So, who are some of the most notable free agents from Minnesota's 2023 roster who are still hoping to either return to the Twin Cities or sign elsewhere in the near future?

Josh Dobbs - QB

Vikings fans will never forget the two-week stretch during the middle of last season in which Josh Dobbs led the team to a pair of victories despite barely knowing anyone in the locker room.

Dobbs joined Minnesota's roster right before this past season's trade deadline on October 31, and by November 5, he was already on the field making insane plays for the Vikings.

Unfortunately, the quarterback's magic quickly ran out, and he eventually wound up being benched by the Vikings in favor of Nick Mullens midway through the team's Week 14 win over the Las Vegas Raiders.

After Minnesota's recent signing of Sam Darnold, a return to the Vikings this year seems unlikely for Dobbs. But he's been in the NFL since 2017, so he still has plenty of experience to pass along as a veteran backup if a team wants to give him a shot this offseason.