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Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph not pleased with usage, won’t accept pay cut – ESPN

Tight end Kyle Rudolph expressed displeasure with his role in the Vikings’ offense over the past two seasons on a podcast. He also said he would not agree to a…

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MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph knows his worth, and he won’t be granting any discounts ahead of his 11th season in the NFL.
In an appearance on the “Unrestricted with Ben Leber” podcast, Rudolph expressed displeasure with his role in the Vikings’ offense over the past two seasons, having gone from Minnesota’s second- or third-leading receiver from 2015 to 2018 to being an afterthought in the passing game in 2020.
Minnesota is projected to be $12.8 million over the cap ahead…

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