It started with a lull. Then, it picked up. Now, we're in another lull.
The Minnesota Vikings offseason has been quite the roller-coaster ride.
Expect the actual moves to be pretty quiet leading up to the NFL draft, but look for the hype and speculation surrounding the NFL draft and the Vikings' expectations for it to continue to heat up.
With the No. 8 pick, a dire need at quarterback and some controversial prospects at that position atop the draft, the Vikings' name will be discussed heavily in the upcoming weeks.
The Vikings have addressed many of their needs this offseason with some of their moves, but there are still some deficiencies that have yet to be addressed.
The offseason isn't young. But it's not in its deathbed yet, especially with the draft fast approaching.
The purpose of this slideshow is to analyze moves the Vikings need yet to complete their offseason.
The following five slides lay out moves that are still needed to complete the roster and put the Vikings in the best position entering OTAs and training camp. The slides aren't listed in any particular order and are not all-encompassing relative to what needs to be done this offseason (that would be a very long slideshow).