The Minnesota Vikings hung arguably the NFL's biggest free-agency pelt on their wall. Not only did they sign receiver Greg Jennings to be the perfect skill (and character) replacement for disgruntled, departed wideout Percy Harvin, they signed him away from rival Green Bay.
After that, the Vikings worked some serious trade magic, ending up with three spectacularly talented first-round draft picks who all fit major near-future (or immediate) needs. Defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, cornerback Xavier Rhodes and receiver Cordarrelle Patterson are all high-upside players who fit what the Vikings want to do perfectly.cheap Jerseys Wholesale,cheap nike nfl jerseys
The Vikings' 2013 offseason—and likely, regular season—will be judged on how quickly and how well the three first-rounders play. That's not a given, as Floyd and Patterson struggled with instincts, polish and consistency in their college careers.