David Parry visiting Vikings

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Defensive tackle David Parry started every game for the Colts during the 2015 and 2016 seasons, but has not landed a job this offseason after a 2017 season marred by injuries and off-field trouble.

That could change if things go well during a Thursday visit. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that Parry is meeting with the Vikings.

Parry was arrested in February 2017 in Arizona on a variety of charges related to an incident that saw him steal a street-legal golf cart that was being used as a taxi. He received probation after a guilty plea and was released by the Colts in September. He played one game for the Saints, but wound up on injured reserve before the month was out. Parry served a four-game suspension while on IR as a result of the arrest.

While with the Colts, Parry had 78 tackles and four sacks. He’d be in the mix for a reserve role if he does land with the Vikings.

10 responses to “David Parry visiting Vikings

  1. Shocking Vikings would even consider this guy. If nothing else because their DL is so deep. Maybe they feel he could spell Linval Joseph and all our other guys are more 3 technique.

  2. He was an idiot and quite rightly was punished for being so, but in a league where (alleged) murderers and (alleged) sexual deviants are given second chances, surely this guy does too.

  3. These persons who are touting the “We don’t have an offensive line” bull, obviously don’t remember, just 2 short years ago, when we truly had a sub par offensive line. Last year’s offensive line was far and away better than the year prior, and all the team needs is some back up players.
    Additionally, the starting QBs that the team has fielded, last year, and this year (Keenum & Cousins) are much much more mobile that Bradford is.
    It is also worth noting that was Bradford’s best season, and he remained uninjured throughout…all w/o much of an offensive line.

  4. The packers drafted the I-5 serial killer but are on here talking about rap sheets.

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