Vikings could move Charlie Johnson to guard

If the Vikings find a left tackle in the draft, who's capable of starting on day one, they could move Charlie Johnson to guard. Johnson started 16 games at left tackle last season, but head coach Leslie Frazier says he wouldn't be uncomfortable moving Johnson to the interior part of the line.
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If the Vikings find a left tackle in the draft, who's capable of starting on day one, they could move Charlie Johnson to guard. Johnson started 16 games at left tackle last season, but head coach Leslie Frazier says he wouldn't be uncomfortable moving Johnson to the interior part of the line.

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