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Vikings sign ex-Chargers wide reciever

The Vikings have reportedly signed wide receiver Bryan Walters, who played with the San Diego Chargers last season. According to the Star-Tribune, Walters, 24, didn't have that many catches but the Vikings will offer him a valuable chance to grow as a receiver and special teams contributor.
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The Vikings have reportedly signed wide receiver Bryan Walters, who played with the San Diego Chargers last season. According to the Star-Tribune, Walters, 24, didn't have that many catches but the Vikings will offer him a valuable chance to grow as a receiver and special teams contributor.

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