Vikings sign long snapper Matt Katula to replace Cullen Loeffler

Loeffler is out for the next two to six weeks after breaking a bone in his lower back while covering a punt in Sunday's loss to Atlanta. Katula’s got 6 seasons under his belt with the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots.
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Loeffler is out for the next two to six weeks after breaking a bone in his lower back while covering a punt in Sunday's loss to Atlanta. Katula’s got 6 seasons under his belt with the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots.

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