What Have the Vikings Done So Far: Offseason Overview

Mitchell TimpCorrespondent IApril 18, 2009

24 Oct 1999:  A banner for the Minnesota Vikings is run past the crowd during the game against San Francisco 49ers at the Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Vikings defeated the 49ers 40-16. Mandatory Credit: Tom Pidgeon  /Allsport

This has been a slow offseason for the Minnesota Vikings. In this article, I will break down what the Vikings have done and what it means for the team.

Signing Glenn Holt

With Glenn Holt on the team, the Vikings will finally have an asset for the special teams section of the team. Last year, he averaged 24.3 kick return yards for each of his four years. Some people say the Vikings were stupid for getting him. I say they we're smart for putting together there Special Teams section.

Signing Karl Paymah

Little questionable, but good in case one of our cornerbacks get hurt. Average? He only played a few games in his career. His chance is coming, though. Not the smartest move, but still pretty good.

Re-Signing Antoine Winfield

This guy is awesome. Last year, he has picked up a ton of popularity which could possibly make him better. You all know that this was a smart move, of course.

There you go! Like I had said: A slow offseason. Only three moves, a few of which may seen big. These moves are going to make an impact. Thanks for reading.