Vikings agree to terms with two draft picks

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -The Minnesota Vikings agreed to terms with two draft picks on Tuesday - fifth-round defensive tackle Letroy Guion and sixth-round receiver Jaymar Johnson .

Guion left Florida State after his junior season. The 6-foot-4, 303-pound lineman started 14 games for the Seminoles.

Johnson caught 36 passes for 613 yards and seven touchdowns for Jackson State last season. He returned a punt for a touchdown as a senior as well and should get a look on special teams as a return man.

The moves assure that both players will be on time for training camp, which opens Friday.

Johnson signed a four-year contract for the rookie minimum salary, his agent, Angelo Wright, said.

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