Vikings waive Taylor, sign Stroud

The Minnesota Vikings have waived defensive back Nick Taylor and picked up Chris Stroud -- a rookie from Webber International. Taylor, a former Florida International point guard, suffered a shoulder injury during the first practice at training camp in Mankato last week.
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The Minnesota Vikings have waived defensive back Nick Taylor and picked up Chris Stroud -- a rookie from Webber International. Taylor, a former Florida International point guard, suffered a shoulder injury during the first practice at training camp in Mankato last week.

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