Garrett Bradbury wants to re-sign with the Vikings

The day after the final game of the season is usually a somber one. Players clean out their lockers and will talk to reporters for what could be the final time.

Center Garrett Bradbury is one of those players currently in limbo being a free agent after the season but re reiterated to The Pioneer Press’ Chris Tomasson that he wants to re-sign with the Minnesota Vikings when he becomes a free agent in March.

Bradbury has been quite the revelation this past season. Under head coach Kevin O’Connell, he became the lynchpin to the success of the offensive line. His pass blocking had never been better and he stood up some pretty good defensive tackles, including Jordan Davis.

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A contract for Bradbury will likely come in around the same as Rams center Brian Allen signed this past offseason: three years/$24 million. The Vikings are functionally $22 million over the cap currently and will need to see that improve before making a move on anyone.

Story originally appeared on Vikings Wire