The Vikings have been looking for cornerbacks from the free-agent bin all offseason. Their most recent procurement may end up being a deal.
Minnesota reported it has consented to terms with Bashaud Breeland, who began 32 games once again the previous two seasons with the Chiefs. That incorporates a couple of Super Bowl runs and a title. The one-year bargain is worth up to $4 million, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo detailed.
Breeland is falling off a solid 2020 campaign. Following a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy and program on substances of misuse, he played far superior to when helping Kansas City win a title the past season.
The 29-year-old Breeland should fit in as a useful boundary corner in Minnesota, which revamped its auxiliary subsequent to having one of the league’s worst pass defenses a year ago. The Vikings in this manner headed out in multiple starters from numerous starters while adding Patrick Peterson, Parry Nickerson and Xavier Woods and bringing back Mackensie Alexander.
Minnesota denotes the fourth stop for Breeland (Washington, Green Bay, Kansas City), who has 14 career interceptions and 81 passes defensed while beginning 88 of 94 regular season games.