Christian Darrisaw, Camryn Bynum agree to terms with Vikings

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The Vikings got their top pick in the 2021 draft squared away on the contract front on Friday.

Christian Darrisaw was the 23rd overall pick in Cleveland last month and, per multiple reports, he’s agreed to terms on his rookie deal. It is a four-year contract with a team option for a fifth season.

Darrisaw is a good bet to step right into the Vikings’ lineup as their left tackle. He started at the position for Virginia Tech the last three seasons.

The Vikings took Darrisaw after trading the No. 14 pick to the Jets for No. 23 and two third-round selections.

Defensive back Camryn Bynum has also agreed to terms with the Vikings. The fourth-round pick had 184 tackles, eight tackles for loss, a sack, and six interceptions at Cal.

3 responses to “Christian Darrisaw, Camryn Bynum agree to terms with Vikings

  1. As much as I don’t like the idea of putting two rookies on the left side, I hope Davis wins the LG spot. He’s a little nasty and I think Darrishaw needs some of that to rub off

  2. That will insure that the Vikes will make the playoffs. Now all they need is someone to play qb.

  3. I don’t know anything but what I read at draft time. But if half of it is true we are finally on a path to fix the offensive line. The only wild card isn’t our rookies performance it’s Dennison’s coaching. He could wreck this. If you have him Tom Brady he would switch his position. But on paper the rookies look great.

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