Tyler Holmes

#66G,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 312
Born:
College: Tulsa
Birth Place: Ottawa, Ontario
Draft: Undrafted
  • Peter King’s Off-Season NFL Power Rankings, 16-1
    SI.com

    Peter King’s Off-Season NFL Power Rankings, 16-1

    Peter King: The NFL's strongest division is... The MMQB editor-in-chief Peter King shares which division he believes is the strongest in the NFL. In the conclusion of my two-part MMQB, I give you my rankings of the top half of the league after free agency and the draft. There’s one surprise, but let’s not spoil it until you get near the end. If you missed teams 32 through 17, here’s part one. I’ll be taking your comments/brickbats in my Wednesday mailbag, so send them to me here: talkback@themmqb.com. Two big ones, and both running backs: Latavius Murray (free agency, Oakland) and Dalvin Cook (second round, Florida State) will modernize the running game with young, and in Cook’s case, provide

  • Vikings' Zimmer takes time off following latest eye surgery
    ABC News

    Vikings' Zimmer takes time off following latest eye surgery

    Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer finally relented, taking some time away from the team to allow his right eye a proper recovery from his latest surgery. Better in the spring than during the fall, he realized. As Zimmer departed Monday for some rest and relaxation at his vacation ranch in rural Kentucky, general manager Rick Spielman said the organization anticipates a return by Zimmer "in a few weeks." Players will take the field Tuesday for the first of 13 scheduled offseason practices, including the three-day mandatory minicamp that runs June 13-15. "We all agree Mike's health is the priority, and we believe rest and recovery are in his best interest for the long term," Spielman said. Zimmer

  • USA Today

    Vikings tout rehabbing Bridgewater's practice participation

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have begun offseason practice, and Teddy Bridgewater has taken the field with them. Bridgewater took part in the workout Tuesday with the team, less than nine months after suffering the devastating injury to his left knee that wiped out his third NFL season and jeopardized his career. The practice, the first of 10 organized sessions leading up to the three-day minicamp, was closed to reporters. The Vikings provided no information beyond confirmation that Bridgewater was continuing his rehabilitation on the field. They posted to their website a 38-second, slow-motion video clip of Bridgewater in uniform wearing a brace, dropping back to pass during