With the first wave of free agency come and gone, teams are beginning to enter fill-in-the-blanks mode.
So the Vikings are adding depth to their offensive line, with Adam Caplan of ESPN reporting they’ve agreed to a one-year deal with former Jets blocker Vladimir Ducasse.
The former second-round pick never lived up to expectations with the Jets — though who really lives up to expectations with the Jets? — but offers some positional flexibility.
As a sixth man for an offensive line solid at tackle, he could be a helpful part to have around.