The Minnesota Vikings have nearly wrapped up the signings for the 10 members of their 2014 draft class.
Defensive end Scott Crichton announced via his Twitter account that he had officially signed his rookie contract with the team. As per league rules, Crichton’s deal is a four-year contract.
Crichton is the ninth member of Minnesota’s draft class to sign with the team. Only fellow third-round pick, running back Jerick McKinnon, remains unsigned.
Crichton was named to the All-Pac-12 Conference second-team as a senior at Oregon State. Crichton posted 47 tackles with 7.5 sacks for the Beavers. He set a school record with 10 forced fumbles and is third all-time at Oregon State with 22.5 sacks.