Since the Patriots don't really have anything to do draft-wise until Friday, they're working on some free agency today. According to Adam Caplan of ESPN, the Patriots are hosting former Vikings offensive lineman Brandon Fusco today.
Technically, the Vikings already have selected a quarterback in the 2017 draft. They did it by sending their first-round pick (and more) to Philadelphia last year for Sam Bradford, whose contract expires after the coming season.
Vikings General Manager Rick Spielman met the media on Tuesday and one of the topics of conversation was quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's attempt to come back from last season's severe knee injury.
Adrian Peterson earned a prominent spot in the headlines on Tuesday by signing with the Saints in a move that sets him up for an early return to Minnesota because the two teams will square off in Week One.
Speaking with the local Minnesota media on Tuesday, the Vikings defensive end expressed his excitement to now be able to tackle his former teammate in 2017.
The new Minnesota Vikings running back was at the team's facilities on Tuesday and took some time to speak with the local media.
Rick Spielman of the Minnesota Vikings has a specific strategy in mind when approaching the 2017 NFL Draft including dots and a lettering system.
For the 2017 season, Sam Bradford is poised to start at quarterback for the Vikings, while Teddy Bridgewater will be on the roster but may not be medically cleared to play. Beyond 2017, it's unclear whether either of them is in the Vikings' plans.