Vikings won’t sign QB Brett Hundley following conclusion of rookie minicamp

The Vikings won’t sign veteran quarterback Brett Hundley following the conclusion of a two-day rookie minicamp, a source said Saturday.

The Vikings brought in Hundley, 28, as a tryout player for practices on Friday and Saturday. Hundley has been with four teams since being selected by the Green Bay Packers in the fifth round of the 2015 draft, and has gotten into 18 NFL games with nine starts. He spent last season with the Indianapolis Colts but didn’t get into a game.

Minnesota has four quarterbacks on the roster in starter Kirk Cousins, Sean Mannion, Kellen Mond and Nate Stanley.

The Vikings entered the rookie minicamp with 90 players on the roster, which is the NFL offseason maximum. So if they end up signing any of the 17 tryout players at the minicamp, a roster move would need to be made.

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