players trying out for the Vikings this weekendNew Ben Gedeon Jersey ,22comments37? I’M 37!?CDTAfter drafting twelve players last week. . .man, has it already been a week since the draft. . .and signing ten undrafted free agents after that, the Minnesota Vikings had 89 of the spots on their 90-man roster accounted for going into their rookie mini-camp and tryout camp this weekend.And boy, are there a lot of guys interested in that one spot.The Vikings have released the roster for this weekend’s tryouts, and it features a whopping 37 players. Given that the Vikings have generally signed at least one person from the tryout camp to a spot on the roster. . .Adam Thielen, Marcus Sherels, and C.J. Ham have made the team that way in past years. . .the competition will undoubtedly be pretty fierce.Here is the full list of players that are in Eagan this weekend for a tryout.Terrance Alexander, CB, Louisiana StateAnthony Anderson, RB, MarshallKa’John Armstrong, OT, Eastern MichiganBlake Banham, WR, Eastern MichiganJeremiah Booker, WR, KansasStephen Bowers, LB, Peru StateKyle Buss, WR, ConnecticutCole Conrad, G, NebraskaMar’Sean Diggs, S http://www.thevikingslockerroom.com/authentic-mackensie-alexander-jersey , Alabama-BirminghamBryce Douglas, DT, Northern IowaDamon Gibson, TE, Minnesota State-MoorheadKyle Groeneweg, WR, IowaChase Hancock, LB, MarshallTank Harris, DT, North DakotaBug Howard, TE, North CarolinaLandon Jones, WR, Bemidji StateStacy Keely, DE, Alabama-BirminghamKyle Kilgore, DE, BethelDonald Liotine, RB, Stony BrookAustin MacGinnis, K, KentuckyDamien Mama, G Womens Adam Thielen Jersey , Southern CaliforniaSean McGuire, QB, Western IllinoisWarren Messer, LB, ElonJonathan Mixon, FB, Southern IllinoisRickey Neal, LB, Northern IowaGunner Olszewski, CB, Bemidji StateDavid Pindell, QB, ConnecticutTiano Pupungatoa, G, South Dakota StateMilan Richard, TE, ClemsonJohn Santiago, RB, North DakotaJonas Schenderlein, K, Concordia-St. PaulShane Tripucka, P, Texas A&MJohn Vogeler, S Mike Remmers Jersey , Bemidji StateTerron Ward, RB, Arizona StateIsaiah Wharton, CB, RutgersBrian Williams, CB, DavenportJamarkese Williams, CB, Incarnate WordThere are a couple of former AAF guys on the list. Terron Ward was last seen in the AAF with Salt Lake, Bug Howard played for Atlanta, and Damien Mama was a starter at guard for San Diego. For the most part, however, it’s just younger players looking for an opportunity.Like we said, the Vikings will likely sign one of those players listed above to fill the last spot on the 90-man roster, so we’ll keep an eye out for who that might be. The special teams units for the Minnesota Vikings should soon be seeing the return of one of their top players.After serving a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on Performance Enhancing Drugs, linebacker Kentrell Brothers is officially able to return to the Vikings’ roster. As of now, the team has a one-week exemption for him, and if they want to add him back to the 53-man roster prior to Sunday’s game in Philadelphia they’ll have to make a corresponding roster move.A fifth-round pick of the Vikings in 2016 draft out of the University of Missouri, Brothers has been a key part of the Vikings’ special teams units since he’s been on the roster. While the Vikings’ special teams units haven’t been as awful as they looked in the preseason. . .with the exception of the original placekicker, of course. . .it never hurts to have a player like Brothers coming back to solidify things for the kick return and punt return units.The Vikings have not given an indication as to who might get waived to make room for Brothers on the roster, but once they make that move we’ll have it for you here.