4 free agents the Vikings should consider after the 2023 NFL Draft

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Billy Price, center/guard

The Minnesota Vikings did a solid job in the draft of filling thier needs on offense. They picked one of the top available wide receivers and even grabbed an exciting running back to add to the mix. However, they did not address the offensive line in the draft.

At the moment, there are only four guards on Minnesota's roster, returning starters Ezra Cleveland and Ed Ingram along with potential backups Chris Reed and Alan Ali. And that shouldn't make the team or fans very comfortable.

Having a few more bodies for training camp seems like a great idea and although Billy Price ended last season with the Bengals with an injury and he struggled mightily during his time with the Giants, he would be a good player to bring in and kick the tires on.

Price's cost would likely be so low that he wouldn't make much of a salary cap change, if any. The 6-foot-4 and 308 pound blocker has 45 games of starting experience under his belt in his five seasons in the NFL.