The Vikings have parted ways with veteran defensive lineman Fred Evans, per a league source. Evans has served as a key member of the team's defensive tackle rotation since 2007. In 2013, he appeared in 14 games with three starts. His departure should ...
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Defensive tackle Fred Evans was a seventh-round pick who stuck around for eight NFL seasons. Now, he's been replaced by another seventh-round selection. The Vikings on Saturday released Evans, who entered the NFL with Miami in 2006 and had played ...View Complete Story
Pro Football Talk reported Saturday morning that Fred Evans has been let go by the Vikings as the 3 p.m. deadline approaches for teams to get down to the NFL roster limit of 53. Evans joined the Vikings in 2007, having put him in a tie with running ...View Complete Story
With the team getting down to the NFL roster limit of 53, Minnesota released Evans, a defensive tackle who had been with the team since 2007, and put Sanford, a safety who arrived in 2009, on injured reserve. Sanford can't play for the Vikings this ...View Complete Story