Vikes cut three starters, shed $13M
MINNEAPOLIS -- After missing the Super Bowl by a few plays two years ago, the Minnesota Vikings have fallen apart, posting a 9-23 regular season record since.
To put the pieces back together, they have to get younger. So their decision Saturday to drop three established, expensive players from the roster was no surprise.
The Vikings released left guard Steve Hutchinson, right guard Anthony Herrera and cornerback Cedric Griffin, saving more than $13 million for this year by jettisoning ...
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