CB Bashaud Breeland visits with Vikings

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The Minnesota Vikings may need more cornerback depth after trading Mike Hughes to the Kansas City Chiefs.

A former Chiefs corner might be a good option for them in 2021. Per The Athletic’s Nate Taylor, Bashaud Breeland took a visit with the Vikings at their training facility on Thursday.

Breeland earned a PFF grade of 67.7 this past season. He had 9 passes defended and two interceptions. Breeland has also remained healthy when playing for Kansas City, starting 26-of-27 games in his last two seasons for the team.

I think Breeland would be a fine addition to a Vikings cornerback room that is already solidified at the starting positions. He might be a good option as the first guy off the bench. Cameron Dantzler dealt with injuries in his rookie season. If Dantzler, Patrick Peterson or Mackensie Alexander suffered an injury, the cornerback group gets a lot worse. Breeland would help with that.