Kendall Wright huddles in the NFC North.
The former Titans and Bears wideout signed with the Vikings on Friday.
Wright spent last season in Chicago, where he finished in a team-leading 59 receptions for 614 yards and a result. The former first-round player played in Tennessee, but Minnesota – and the new quarterback Kirk Cousins - is an affordable pass-catcher who can work out of the slot.
Hunting the Deep after Loss of Jarius Wright The Panthers, the Vikings, spread an impressively wide net to locate a player with the same surname. Minnesota is currently celebrating in Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs with one of the league's best duos, hoping for a major third season for Laquon Treadwell in 201
Wright has made over 1,000 yards in 2013 with the Titans and a promising second season looked like a future star. However, he has never come closer as he stands out as nothing more than a fallback option for those of you who are passionate about the concept of fantasy football.