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Vikings to host offensive tackle Geoff Schwartz on Monday

The Minnesota Vikings have been very inactive since the free agent market opened last week. The team signed tight end John Carlson, as well as re-signing defensive linemen Letroy Guion and Fred Evans. The next name to sign could be offensive tackle, Geoff Schwartz, who is expected to work out for the Vikings on Monday.
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The Minnesota Vikings have been very inactive since the free agent market opened last week. The team signed tight end John Carlson, as well as re-signing defensive linemen Letroy Guion and Fred Evans. The next name to sign could be offensive tackle, Geoff Schwartz, who is expected to work out for the Vikings on Monday.

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