Will the Minnesota Vikings draft any of the top 10 safeties in the NFL Draft?

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In 2013, the Minnesota Vikings finished 29th in passing defense. The team has addressed the cornerback position by signing Captain Munnerlyn to a three-year contract, but the Vikings have yet to filled their need at safety. With Jamarca Sanford and Harrison Smith’s lack of production last season, the Vikings may be looking to upgrade. Here are the players Minnesota could be keeping their eye on during the draft. To see the list, click here.

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  • leroic

    lack of production by harrison smith, he was dominate before he got hurt, if anything it the only problem was the injury, not the quality of play, its the free safety that need’s filled that needs to be