Ronnie Hillman wasn’t able to add anything to the worst rushing game in the league, so now he’s looking for work again.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Vikings waived the former Broncos running back.
Hillman had just 18 carries for 50 yards in five games with the Vikings, and hasn’t cracked the Jerick McKinnon-Matt Asiata rotation.
The Vikings are last in the league at 70.0 rushing yards per game and 2.7 yards per carry, which is almost impossibly bad, whether they’re missing a former MVP in Adrian Peterson or not.
It’s hard to believe how quickly Hillman has fallen after leading the Broncos in rushing last year, but fumbles and younger alternatives did him in there.