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Minnesota is signed former Detroit tackle Riley Reiff to a five-year, $58.75 million contract ($26.3 million guaranteed), NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, via sources informed of the deal. The Vikings confirmed they had signed Reiff Friday.
After inept tackle play held the offense hostage and thwarted a 5-0 start to the 2016 season, the Vikings were in desperate need of an overhaul. Although Reiff is best suited to the right side of the offensive line, his ability to hold his own at left tackle has to be appealing to Minnesota's coaching staff.
The Vikes aren't done overhauling their historically unproductive ground attack. They still need to identify Adrian Peterson's replacement -- or re-sign him -- and continue adding reinforcements up front.