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Assessing the Vikings' free agent moves

The Vikings took some calculated risks in free agency, yet still filled most of their most press needs. We review the moves, the salaries and the alternate options.

After spending more than $22 million against the 2013 salary cap and $38 million in cash value for 2013 alone, the Vikings are nearing the end of their financial capabilities with outside free agency, at least without restructuring or releasing any of their more costly veterans. But after signing two outside unrestricted free agents and six of their own unrestricted, it's time to take a step back...

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