Report: Vikings tight end Josiah Price to miss season with knee injury

AP

The Minnesota Vikings will be without tight end Josiah Price for the entire 2018 season after sustaining a knee injury in practice on Wednesday, according to Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com.

Price was carted off the practice field on Wednesday after going down in a joint practice with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

He joined the Vikings as an undrafted free agent out of Michigan State last year but did not make the regular season roster.

Price may have been a long shot to make this year’s squad too. However, the injury ends any chance of him being able to return to the practice squad or be an in-season addition later in the year.

6 responses to “Report: Vikings tight end Josiah Price to miss season with knee injury

  1. He played H.S. ball about 30 mins from where I live. I was rooting that Hoosier boy on, I hope he makes a full recovery and can continue his dream.

  2. filthymcnasty3 says:
    August 17, 2018 at 8:48 am

    Another tragic Viking blow. I hope this unfortunate young man is able to find competent health care from out of state.

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    Yeah, I would hate to have to go to a world-renowned place like the Mayo Clinic. (Yes, I know you’re just trolling as usual.)

  3. If you must troll we ought to try to agree on a couple of rules here. Let’s call it bad taste to post garbage on stories about serious injuries and refrain from doing it. If you or anyone you love ever had the kind of injury that might change their life, you know this transcends franchises, sports and almost everything else. I am continually amazed how downright vicious the packer/Viking rivalry can be, but this kids dream of playing in the NFL is probably over. He may not get another chance. If we can’t agree on anything else, what say we agree that these stories are off limits for mean spirited remarks?

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