Webb, a quarterback out of the University of Alabama-Birmingham, was originally drafted by the Vikings with the intention of moving to wide receiver. However, he was impressive enough in mini-camps this summer that the coaching staff decided to keep him behind center.
Terms of Webb’s deal have not yet been made available.
The Vikings continue to get their draft picks signed. According to Kevin Seifert's NFC North blog at ESPN, the Vikings have agreed to terms with fourth-round pick Everson Griffen, defensive end from the University of Southern California.
Terms of Griffen's deal were not readily available.
Griffen's signing means that the Vikings have four picks left to sign before Training Camp starts on Friday.
The Minnesota Vikings have signed the third of their eight picks from the 2010 NFL Draft.
Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN in Minneapolis is reporting that the Vikings have come to terms with Mickey Shuler, Jr. Shuler, a tight end from Penn State University, was drafted by the Vikings in the seventh round of this year's selection meeting. His father. . .also, curiously, named Mickey Shuler. . .played tight end in the NFL for a decade.
Shuler's deal is reportedly worth about $1.85 million, and has a signing bonus of approximately $60,000.