Vikings could cut Jarius Wright this offseason
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jarius Wright "could be on the move" this offseason, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune's Andrew Krammer believes.
That would be a safe assumption after Wright played just over 11 percent of the offensive snaps and was routinely a healthy scratch. Wright signed a five-year deal two Septembers ago but quickly fell out of favor. The Vikings can save $2.6 million by making him a post-June 1 cut.
Wright saw just 14 targets this year, and earned a paltry 6.96 Reception Net Expected Points on them.
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