From: girona, catalonia...in exile
As things stand at the present time, the Minnesota Vikings only have five picks going into the 2018 NFL Draft. Their fourth round pick is currently owned by the Miami Dolphins, while their seventh round pick will go to the Seattle Seahawks in the trade that brought cornerback Tramaine Brock to Minnesota.
However, according to a pretty reliable source for these sorts of things, the Vikings will be back up to their regular number of picks, thanks to the NFL’s Compensatory Draft Pick system.
According to the good folks from Over the Cap, the Vikings are projected to receive two extra selections from the Compensatory process. Their projections have both of those picks being slotted at the end of Round 6 of this year’s draft.
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