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Vikings sign first-round draft pick Garrett Bradbury, restructure Eric Kendricks

Top draft pick Garrett Bradbury (wearing hat) poses with his first Vikings jersey along with head coach Mike Zimmer (right of Bradbury), general manager Rick Spielman (left of Bradbury) and members of the Wilf family - owners of the team. Photo: Courtesy of the Minnesota Vikings
Top draft pick Garrett Bradbury (wearing hat) poses with his first Vikings jersey along with head coach Mike Zimmer (right of Bradbury), general manager Rick Spielman (left of Bradbury) and members of the Wilf family - owners of the team.

May 14, 2019 02:46 PM

The Minnesota Vikings announced Tuesday that they have signed offensive lineman Garrett Bradbury, the team's first-round draft choice out of North Carolina State.

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With Bradbury's signing, the team has now signed 11 of its 12 selections in the 2019 NFL Draft.

A source confirmed to KSTP's Darren Wolfson that linebacker Eric Kendricks restructured his contract to create the cap space to sign Bradbury.

Bradbury, who is likely to step into a starting role, won the Rimington Trophy as nation's top center last season. He was a first-team All-ACC and AP All-American selection last fall.

After he was picked as the 18th selection overall last month, he sounded excited to get started with his new team.

"I just can't wait to play football again, really," he said. "It's been four months, a lot of steps, but not a lot of football. I'm excited to get on the field, meet teammates and get to work with them."

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