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The Vikings have signed free agent wide receiver Albert Wilson to a one-year deal.

Written by Tanner Phifer

The Minnesota Vikings have signed Albert Wilson to a one year contract, per multiple reports. Wilson, 29, played college football for the Georgia State Panthers. The Chiefs signed Wilson in 2014 after he went undrafted. On March 9, 2017, the Kansas City Chiefs signed Wilson to a one-year, $1.79 million extension.

On March 15, 2018, Wilson signed a three-year contract with the Miami Dolphins. He played out the contract as has remained a free agent until the Vikings added him to their receiver room. This is interesting news because as of this morning, the Vikings hosting Dede Westbrook for a visit and look to re-sign him.

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Tanner Phifer

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