- By Hayden Remillard
- Twitter: @haydentalks
Vikings agree to terms
Two familiar faces will remain with the Minnesota Vikings for the foreseeable future.
Center Garrett Bradbury and quarterback Nick Mullens agreed to terms with the team on Tuesday.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport says Bradbury’s new contract is worth $15.75 million over three years.
Sportrac.com estimated Bradbury’s market value at $11.9 million annually.
Bradbury is entering his fifth NFL season. Minnesota drafted him out of North Carolina State in the 2019 NFL Draft.
The 27-year-old started in 12 games for the Vikings in 2022, playing 809 snaps. Pro Football Focus graded his season a 70.2 overall.
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Nick Mullens will also return to the Vikings for the 2023 season.
Minnesota acquired him in a trade with the Las Vegas Raiders last August.
Mullens completed 21-of-25 passes for 224 yards, one touchdown, and one interception last season.
Before his time with the Vikings, he started 16 games over two seasons for the San Francisco 49ers.
“Thank you to every person who supported me,” Mullens said in a tweet on Tuesday. “Fired up to be back in Minnesota!”
Mullens will turn 28 later this month.