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Report: Vikings have been trying to trade WR Jarius Wright

Jarius Wright was given a nice pay raise by the Vikings today

Jarius Wright may be on the way out in Minnesota

The Minnesota Vikings could be trying to trade wide out Jarius Wright according to Ben Goessling.  Goessling covers the Vikings for ESPN, and is reporting that the team has been trying to trade the former draft pick.

He was drafted by the Vikings in the fourth round, 118th pick overall of the 2012 NFL Draft. He played college football for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, where he was an All-SEC first team selection in 2011.

Ben Goessling (@GoesslingESPN) | Twitter
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The #Vikings have accumulated enough WRs that can play multiple positions to consider trading Jarius Wright. They’ll likely keep 6 WRs.
45 mins agoView on Twitter
Keep an eye on what happens with Jarius Wright today. I’m hearing the #Vikings have been trying to move him.

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