Good News: Just In Minnesota Vikings Confirm The Signing Of Another Top Experienced NFL Star

**Minnesota Vikings Sign UFL Star Jalen Redmond**

With over five weeks until the Minnesota Vikings’ 2024 Training Camp in Eagan, football fans are eagerly awaiting the season’s return. On Monday night, they received a tidbit to tide them over: multiple NFL media outlets reported that the Vikings are signing Jalen Redmond, a 25-year-old former Oklahoma Sooner who became a star in the United Football League (UFL).

**Minnesota Vikings sign UFL DT Jalen Redmond**

Redmond shone in his brief stint with the Arlington Renegades last season, amassing 4.5 sacks in just four games as an interior defensive lineman, ranking second on the team. Despite playing fewer games than most of his teammates, who played 10 games, Redmond earned an impressive 90.3 defensive grade from PFF, including an 89.2 pass rush grade.

Highlights from the Renegades’ game against the St. Louis Battlehawks showcase Redmond’s dominance during his short UFL season.

This signing is a savvy move for the Vikings. If Redmond performs well in training camp, he could potentially contribute significantly in 2024 and beyond. He might follow in the footsteps of Joe Kapp and Bud Grant, who made their names in the CFL before joining the Vikings.

This likely won’t be the last major move for the Vikings before training camp. While a contract extension for Christian Darrisaw might be a year away, and the team hopes to avoid adding to their league-leading arrest total since 2000, players like Cam Bynum could receive new contracts before camp starts.

Until then, fans will have to return to their offseason routines, eagerly anticipating more football news.

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