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Associated Press

Vikings cut LT Riley Reiff for cap cost savings of more than $11M

The Minnesota Vikings made their costliest relocation yet for wage cap compliance Wednesday by ending the agreement of left deal with Riley Reiff with one year left on it, compromising an offending line that was currently in requirement of some upgrades. The choice not just brought the Vikings under the wage cap — set by the NFL at $182.5 million prior to each group’s previous year carryover changes — however provided the essential space to include a considerable gamer or 2 when complimentary firm starts next week. After launching tight end Kyle Rudolph, kicker Dan Bailey and now Reiff, the Vikings presently have more than $8 million to work with, according to real-time wage information tracked by the Over The Cap site.

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