Improvements to the Vikings offensive line will be first attempted when free agency opens March 13. The best typically don’t become available, but there are more than a handful of players set to become unrestricted free agents who could intrigue the Vikings. Nothing may be excluded in the overhaul, where guards Nick Easton and Tom Compton are free agents. Guard Mike Remmers is coming off a down season with an expendable contract. They could be in the market for a tackle or at least tackle depth, havingdiscussed moving left tackle Riley Reiff to the interior. C Matt Paradis, Broncos Paradis, 29, is recovering from a fractured fibula in November, but he was one of the NFL’s best centers last season before his injury. Gary Kubiak knows him well. Paradis started 35 games in 2015-16 while Kubiak was the Broncos head coach, including all 19 games during Denver’s Super Bowl season. Keep in mind center Pat Elflein was a standout right guard at Ohio State, where he was a two-time All-Big Ten selection before becoming the nation’s top center as a senior. G Rodger Saffold, Rams A key cog to the Rams’ powerhouse offense, Saffold had a great encore to his… Read full this story
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