Vikings officially sign sixth-round pick Vederian Lowe

The Vikings on Friday morning officially signed sixth-round pick Vederian Lowe, who had agreed to terms Thursday.

Lowe, a tackle from Illinois, didn’t sign Thursday along with five other draft picks because he had a flight delay coming to Minnesota. He will take the field Friday for the start of a two-day rookie minicamp.

Lowe, selected with the No. 184 overall pick, agreed Thursday to a four-year, $3.86 million contract, He got a signing bonus of $197,873 and will count $754,468 on the 2022 cap.

The Vikings on Thursday signed safety Lewis Cine, a first-round pick, edge rusher Esezi Otomewo, a fifth-round selection who played at he University of Minnesota, running back Ty Chandler, a fifth-round pick, wide receiver Jalen Nailor, a sixth-round selection, and tight end Nick Muse, a seventh-round pick.

The Vikings had 10 selections in last month’s draft. Cornerback Andrew Booth Jr., a second-round pick, guard Ed Ingram, a second-round pick, linebacker Brian Asamoah, a third-round selection, and cornerback Akayleb Evans, a fourth-round pick, are in line to start the rookie minicamp under injury protection agreement.

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