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1.Kyle Rudolph sticking in Minnesota (FFToday) Vikings are giving veteran TE a four-year, $36 million extension that locks him into Minnesota, per source. Rudolph not going anywhere, except back to the Vikings. Analysis: The Vikings lock up their starting tight end but they are also hoping to get some salary cap relief in the deal. Rudolph has been a low-end TE1 the last couple seasons thanks to a lack of a true No.3 receiver in Minnesota, but the drafting of TE could eat into Rudolph's fantasy value in 2019.6 days
2.Kyle Rudolph gets four-year, $36M extens... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Kyle Rudolph's extension is a four-year, $36 million contract. Analysis: Rudolph announced the deal himself on Twitter, but the terms of the contract were not known. The tight end was entering the final year of his deal, but this extension will tie him to the Vikings through the 2023 season. The $9 million new money average surpasses the $7.3 million per year Rudolph earned on his last deal and makes him the fourth-highest paid tight end in the game.6 days
3.Kyle Rudolph, Vikings agree to extension (Rotoworld) Vikings signed Kyle Rudolph to a contract extension. Analysis: Rudolph announced the deal himself on Twitter, writing his home "will always be in Minnesota!" The terms of the contract are not yet known, but Rudolph was reportedly offered a five-year extension earlier this offseason. With the contract situation resolved, Rudolph will return as the No. 1 option at tight end, although he could lose some work to second-round rookie Irv Smith.6 days