Kendall Wright stayed in the North of the League of Nations.
The veteran wide receiver who once played for Tennessee Titans and Chicago Bears joined Minnesota Vikings.
Wright played for the Bears last season. He finished the team's most 59 catches and scored 614 yards and 1 touchdown. The former first-rounder will be a cheaper wide receiver in the slot.
After Jarius Wright joined the Carolina Panthers, the Vikings were in desperate need of a depth lineup of reinforcement receivers. They had searched for a long time before. The Vikings currently have Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs, one of the league's best receivers, and they hope to see the 2016 first-round pick Laquon Treadwell. ) Can achieve a breakthrough performance in the third season.
Wright showed his potential in the second season of his career in 2013. At the time, he took over a thousand yards and looked like a future star receiver, but in the end he could only become a role player.