The Vikings could be busy leading up to Tuesday's deadline.
Bisi Johnson and Jeff Gladney will have big roles to open the season.
Harris and the Vikings will continue to negotiate a long-term deal.
A report suggests the NFL salary cap could shrink by as much as $80 million next season.
The Vikings GM touched on Stefon Diggs, Anthony Harris and their plans in the NFL Draft.
The Vikings may be interested in the seven-time Pro Bowl tackle.
Harris has been involved in trade rumors leading into next week's NFL Draft.
"As I'm about to force trade Beckham on Madden, this is something that should stay on the Xbox."
A report says that the Vikings safety could be on the move over draft weekend.
The defense will look a lot different in 2020.
Would Minnesota really give up Harris for a mid- to- late-round pick?
Pro Football Focus rated Anthony Harris the 12th-best player in the NFL in 2019.
Pressed against the salary cap, it could be tough to find money for the rising star safety.
The Vikings safety should be a top priority this offseason.
With the Vikings pressed against the cap, change could be coming in Minnesota.
Minnesota takes on Seattle at 7:15 p.m. Monday.
The good news is that all four get an extra week to heal with the bye week coming.
Pro Football Focus ranks him 21 spots ahead of Harrison Smith.