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Josh Robinson Signs Four-Year Deal With Minnesota Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings have come to an agreement with third-round pick Josh Robinson. The cornerback, selected No. 66 overall in the 2012 NFL Draft out of Central Florida, has signed a four-year deal, via ProFootballTalk.

Robinson was happy to tweet the news on Wednesday, along with a picture of his first professional jersey:

The Vikings will begin their training camp on Thursday. There have been a flurry of signings ahead of camps opening, but Minnesota still has yet to finalize a deal with first-round pick Matt Kalil. Negotiations with Kalil have been held up because of offset language.

For more the Minnesota Vikings, head over to The Daily Norseman. More news and analysis on the NFL as training camps officially start up can be found over at SB Nation's dedicated NFL hub as well as at SB Nation's Youtube Channel:

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