Vikings agree to one-year contract with OL Dan Feeney.  

Earlier on Friday, Austin Schlottmann signed with the New York Giants, reducing the Minnesota Vikings' offensive line depth.  

They've brought in another lineman to try to fill his role.

According to Peter Schrager of the NFL Network, the Vikings and offensive tackle Dan Feeney have reached an agreement on a one-year contract.   

The financial parameters of the purchase were not immediately disclosed.

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Feeney has been in the league since 2017, when the (then) San Diego Chargers selected him in the third round of the NFL Draft  

He spent his first four seasons with the Chargers before signing two one-year contracts with the New York Jets. In March 2023, he signed a one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins  

Chicago Bears during the final roster cutdowns for a 2024 sixth-round pick.  

Feeney was a member of the PFWA All-Rookie Team in 2017 and started 57 of the Chargers' 63 games across four seasons  

He's played more of a reserve role in recent years, starting only eight of 49 possible games, including just one start.  

I'm not sure Feeney is a good enough substitute for Schlottmann, especially given Schlottmann's versatility on the interior line, but he'll get a chance to impress during the offseason programme  

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