Initial Post-Draft Depth Chart for the Minnesota Vikings

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Initial Post-Draft Depth Chart for the Minnesota Vikings
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Sharrif Floyd, the Vikings first selection in the draft, should shake up the depth chart at DT.

The Minnesota Vikings have been very successful in the draft over the last couple of years, and this latest crop of rookies should be just as beneficial to the team.

The Vikings have 18 of the last 20 players they drafted still with the team (including tackle DeMarcus Love and wide receiver Greg Childs who were listed on injured reserve last season). Six of those players—three from each draft class—are starters, and another six have started, or are making significant contributions. 

Of the nine new rookies added to the roster from this draft, at least three—and as many as five—could wind up on the field an awful lot for the Vikings in 2013. 

Currently, the Vikings roster lists 64 players. That does not include the nine players just drafted. After signing rookie free agents and players from other sources, the roster will grow to as many as 90 players.

Here's a very early look at the Vikings' two-deep depth chart, based on the players currently listed on the roster. 

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