The Minnesota Vikings have had an overall quiet free agency period, but they've been quietly making a few signings. ESPN Chicago's twitter account reported on Monday that the Vikings made another one, picking up cornerback Zack Bowman on a one year deal.
The former Chicago Bears CB out of Nebraska wasn't getting very much playing time in his last couple of seasons in the Windy City. Last season he played in every game but only got one start, as such his stat line was a meh-worthy 15 tackles. His last big season playing time-wise was 2009, when he started 12 games and got six interceptions and a forced fumble alongside 66 tackles in his sophomore year in the NFL.
In the somewhat weak Vikings secondary, Bowman is likely to receive a lot more playing time than he had the past couple years.
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