Trae Waynes part of Vikings' future plans

Michigan State Football: Trae Waynes part of Vikings' future plans

Michigan State Football: Trae Waynes part of Vikings' future plans

The 39-year-old corner played 54 percent of snaps last season, mostly in a nickel role.

Newman, who became a free agent in March, said he wanted to come back for another shot at a championship after the Vikings' season ended in the NFC title game.

Waynes signed a four-year, $12.9 million contract after being selected with the 11th pick in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft.

"I think this is probably going to be". But Terence Newman is no ordinary cornerback.

Newman has put together an impressive career that has seen him remain one of the more effective players at his position. "Super Bowls, that's what is important to me", he said.

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"A famous old coach called me this morning and said that one of the reasons he likes me is because he understands that you can never have too many cornerbacks", Zimmer said last week. Minnesota also exercised the fifth-year option on Trae Waynes on Monday and drafted Mike Hughes in the first round last Thursday. "I'm going to go out and do the same things I've always done, and that's go out and try to get better, and help this team get better".

"I don't look back", Newman said.

"There's a lot of talent, absolutely", Newman said. Rather, it took some time for Newman to get a deal done for 2018, and he added he had a "situation at home" that required his attention.

In the National Football League, 40-year-old cornerbacks are kind of like unicorns - they're not supposed to exist.

Minnesota had a big decision to make after the Vikings were bounced from the playoffs, though.