Vikings Reportedly Sign Veteran Quarterback, "Hard Knocks" Star
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As expected, the Minnesota Vikings have signed veteran quarterback David Blow to their practice squad.
Blow, who became a fan favorite during this year's Hard Knox season,
The Detroit Lions made the 53-man roster cut just after the deadline on Tuesday.
Blow, 27, will join the Vikings outfit as a third-string substitute behind starter Kirk Cousins and primary backup Nick Mullens.
Minnesota cut second-year quarterback Kellen Mondt - a third-round pick in the 2021 draft - earlier this week.
Through three seasons in Detroit, Blow covered 1,033 yards,
Four touchdowns and seven interceptions en route to an opening record of 0-5.
Most of his time on the field came during his rookie season in 2019.
He appeared in just one game in each of the last two seasons.
QB, undrafted from Purdue, ranks fourth on the all-time passing list of boilermakers,
Earned 9,734 yards and 69 touchdowns during his four-year collegiate career from 2015-18.