From: Twin Cities
ORIGINAL: David F.
Then-Vikings coach Jerry Burns said Walker didn’t fit into his offense well and he couldn’t change it for one player. Walker, who averaged 12.8 carries in 43 games with the Vikings, disputes that, saying he could have been effective in any offense if given more chances.
The bottom line, though, is the Vikings mortgaged their future for a player they thought could be the final piece to a championship. The deal was put together by then-general manager Mike Lynn, who died in 2012.
Herschel still owns a house in Edina BTW
Cousins played poorly today but we didn’t mortgage our future for him
Exactly, if he doesn't take the next step, in 2 years we move on.....