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Former MSU WR Jalen Nailor officially signs with Minnesota Vikings

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Jalen Nailor is officially a Minnesota Viking.

The former speedy Michigan State wide receiver announced he officially signed with the Vikings via Twitter on Thursday evening. Nailor was selected by the Vikings in the sixth round of the NFL Draft last month.

Nailor played for Michigan State from 2018 – 2021, where he appeared in 26 games. This past season he was hampered with injuries but still finished with 695 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 37 receptions.

Based on where Nailor was drafted, he will is locked into a four-year deal for $3.84 million with a $180,659 signing bonus, according to Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

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