The Minnesota Vikings and the veteran large receiver are reportedly fascinated becoming a member of forces all over again in 2019, but nothing at all is anticipated to be agreed on right before free of charge company begins.
Everybody is absolutely informed that the leading of the large receiver depth chart for the Minnesota Vikings is established for 2019 with Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs foremost the way. But figuring out the group of receivers to pair with this duo is amongst the things the Vikings need to do this offseason.
Just one route Minnesota could acquire to aid clear up this difficulty would be to re-indicator Aldrick Robinson. For the Vikings last time, Robinson appeared in 14 game titles and caught 17 passes for 231 yards (13.6 ordinary) and 5 touchdowns.
The 30-year-aged receiver is scheduled to turn out to be a free of charge-agent this year, but it’s feasible that he and Minnesota could operate out a new deal right before he is at any time ready to strike the open up marketplace. Nevertheless, it does not audio like this is heading to materialize.
According to FanSided’s Matt Verderame on Monday, Robinson and the Vikings have spoken about a new contract, but it does not appear that a deal will get done right before the commence of free of charge company begins on March 13.
Throughout the confined volume of time he was on the subject last time (just 252 snaps), the veteran receiver built the most of his alternatives. With a additional concerned part, it’s feasible that Robinson could evolve into a acceptable 3rd alternative for Minnesota guiding Diggs and Thielen in 2019.
He’s not anticipated to be quite high priced to keep (built less than $1 million last year), so bringing him back for next time is likely a risk that Vikings will really feel is really worth having.