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Vikings reach deals with Felton, Sanford, Berger

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After reaching deals with right tackle Phil Loadholt and wide receiver Jerome Simpson early in the afternoon on Monday, the Vikings finalized deals with fullback Jerome Felton, safety Jamarca Sanford and offensive lineman Joe Berger later in the day.

Felton received a three-year deal worth $7.5 million, according to Ian Rapoport. The 26-year-old earned Pro Bowl honors after helping Adrian Peterson rush for over 2,000 yards last season.

The details of Sanford's new deal are unknown, but he's excited to stay with the Vikings.

I want to thank the Minnesota Vikings organization! I'm coming back home to my #skolvikings#Godisgood

— TreyTrey (@sanford33) March 12, 2013

Berger received a one-year deal to stay in Minnesota.

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