Vikings cut Dylan Bradley to make room for David Parry

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The Vikings cut defensive tackle Dylan Bradley to make room on the roster for David Parry, who officially signed his deal Wednesday.

Bradley, 23, signed with the Vikings as an undrafted free agent out of Southern Mississippi in 2017. He spent time on the team’s practice squad last season.

He ended the postseason on the practice squad injury list and became a free agent before re-signing with the Vikings in March.

The Vikings opted for the more veteran defensive tackle depth. While Bradley has never played in a regular-season game, Parry has seen action in 33 with 32 starts.

5 responses to “Vikings cut Dylan Bradley to make room for David Parry

  1. Yeah, maybe it won’t even take a missed tackle miracle to finally win a postseason game this year.

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    Well. If anyone knows about missed tackles in the postseason its certainly a packer fan as of late.
    See: Julio Jones, Larry Fitzgerald, Colin Kaepnerick(x2), Seattle, NY Giants
    And some 4th&24 a while ago, but I’m not a history major like some cheeseheads.

  2. wafflestomp says:
    May 16, 2018 at 7:25 pm
    Yeah, maybe it won’t even take a missed tackle miracle to finally win a postseason game this year

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    Yeah, maybe Green Bay will play in a postseason game this year

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