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With cap room available, will Vikings splurge on free agents?

NFL teams can begin signing free agents this afternoon, and the Vikings are about $23 million under the salary cap. That means they can be big players -- but don't count on it.
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NFL teams can begin signing free agents this afternoon, and the Vikings are about $23 million under the salary cap. That means they can be big players -- but don't count on it.

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