Minnesota Vikings: 5 Players with Something to Prove at Training Camp

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Minnesota Vikings: 5 Players with Something to Prove at Training Camp
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With training camp for the 2014 season underway, the Minnesota Vikings front office and coaching staff are focused on the growth and performance of several young players, such as defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, linebacker Anthony Barr and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

Minnesota is loaded with so many exciting young players because the team has made seven selections in the first round since 2012. The Vikings hope that these players can help address the weaknesses that kept the team out of the playoffs last season and in six of the last 10 campaigns.

However, several of those early draft selections have little or no experience in the NFL and remain largely unproven as they compete during training camp.

In order to improve upon their 5-10-1 record last season, the Vikings must receive significant contributions from their young players. Since many of these players have underperformed or remain untested, a number of Vikings have something to prove during camp.

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