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Vikings have signed former Montana State linebacker Alex Singleton to their practice squad

Former Montana State linebacker Alex Singleton has been signed by the Vikings

Former Montana State linebacker Alex Singleton has been signed by the Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings announced the signing of rookie LB Alex Singleton to their practice squad on Tuesday.

The 6-foot-2, 242-pound linebacker went undrafted out of Montana State this year. He was signed by Seahawks on May 8 and released Sept. 5. Singleton ran a 4.65-second 40-yard dash at his pro day in March with a 7.13-second three-cone and a 4.25-second short shuttle. He also recorded a 31-inch vertical leap and 10-foot broad jump. He had nine tackles during the preseason for the Seahawks. Singleton had a short stint with the Patriots as well, before getting released.

Singleton takes the place of another small school football player. Yesterday, Zach Moore the former Division 2 standout from Concordia St. Paul was called up to the 53 man roster.  Singleton was signed to their practice squad as a corresponding move.

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