The Minnesota Vikings have eight offensive linemen currently listed on their 53-man roster, but the team might be interested in adding or exchanging at least one more.
The Vikings worked out Tony Hills and Stanley Daniels on Friday afternoon, according to the Pioneer Press, as they continue to assess their options with after recently adding fellow free agent Mark Asper off of waivers.
Hills spent 2008-10 with the Steelers and 2011 with the Broncos before being released last week. Daniels played seven games with four starts for the Broncos in 2010.
Considering the Vikings didn't sign either immediately after the workout, the chances of them being added to the roster probably aren't great. Geoff Schwartz will continue to heal up from his sports hernia surgery and Asper will have another week of practices under his belt by the time next week rolls around.
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