The Minnesota Vikings released left tackle Riley Reiff, saving the team $11.75 million in cap space for the upcoming season.
Reiff spent the last four years in Minnesota, and he was rated a 71.4 overall grade on Pro Football Focus in 2020.
The Vikings are once again shuffling around their offensive line, and they’ll be searching for more lineman this offseason.
Reiff is now 32-years-old, and he’ll be testing the market for a team for 2021.
Cutting Reiff sets Minnesota under the cap with this transaction,
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