Vikings decline Garrett Bradbury’s fifth-year option

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The Vikings have made one of their expected moves official on Monday.

Per Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Minnesota has declined center Garrett Bradbury‘s fifth-year option for 2023.

Bradbury was the 18th overall pick of the 2019 draft. He’s started all 16 games at center in each of the first two seasons of his career. But in 2021, Mason Cole replaced him for a few games before Bradbury was inserted back into the lineup.

Had the Vikings elected to pick up Bradbury’s option, they would have owed him $13.202 million in 2023.

As Tomasson points out, Minnesota is still counting on Bradbury to be its starting center in 2022 and the club could re-sign him after the season.

Vikings decline Garrett Bradbury’s fifth-year option originally appeared on Pro Football Talk