Vikings cut A.J. Rose to make room for Albert Wilson

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The Vikings made official the addition of free agent receiver Albert Wilson on Tuesday, announcing the move.

That made necessary a corresponding move, and the Vikings cut running back A.J. Rose Jr. to make room on the 90-player offseason roster.

Rose led the Vikings in rushing in the 2021 preseason, including a 100-yard performance against the Broncos in the preseason opener. The Vikings cut him out of the preseason, but they re-signed him to the practice squad.

He spent most of last season on their practice squad.

Rose has never played in a regular-season game.

Vikings cut A.J. Rose to make room for Albert Wilson originally appeared on Pro Football Talk