June 22, 2024

BREAKING NEWS: Vikings Urged to Trade $13 Million Playmaker for Exciting Young QB details below

Minnesota Vikings Coaching Staff Tracker - Daily Norseman

An ESPN report on the eve of Super Bowl Sunday deemed the Minnesota Vikings as a team that could potentially trade up in the draft to land LSU quarterback and Heisman winner Jayden Daniels.

 

But how the Vikings get there could be more defining than Daniels’ outlook as a pro. The bar for a potential trade-up in the draft was set when the San Francisco 49ers offered three first-round picks to land Trey Lance No. 3 overall in 2021.

The Vikings are among several teams searching for a future franchise quarterback. They may have to contend with the Atlanta Falcons, whose No. 8 overall pick would hold an advantage if the Vikings offered a similar trade package with the No. 11 pick in this year’s draft. If that’s the case, the Vikings may have another asset they could give up to leapfrog the Falcons.

Purple Insider’s Matthew Coller entertained the idea of trading up to the No. 3 spot by offering the New England Patriots something they’ve been deprived of for many years — a star wide receiver.

Not Justin Jefferson, but Jordan Addison.

“What if it’s Jordan Addison? I think I would do that. As much as I really like Addison and think he is becoming a star, that would be worth it. I think the No. 2 receiver is something you can replace,” Coller said on a February 10 episode of the “Purple Insider” podcast.

Coller called for the following proposal as a deal he would be willing to offer in exchange for the No. 3 overall pick to land Daniels:

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