Vikes add Kevin Williams, waive Awasom

After a two-game suspension, the Vikings today activated Pro Bowl tackle Kevin Williams. To make room, the Vikes waived defensive end Adrian Awasom.
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After a two-game suspension, the Vikings today activated Pro Bowl tackle Kevin Williams. To make room, the Vikes waived defensive end Adrian Awasom.

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