Source Another thing to keep in mind: the Vikings used a post-June 1 designation on Kyle Rudolph’s release, so that’s $7.9 million more in cap savings on the books in June, putting Minnesota at roughly around $14 million in space.
Minnesota saves a little over $1.8 million in cap savings for 2021, while incurring a dead money hit of a little more than $1.3 million, per Over The Cap. If the Chiefs get a healthy Hughes, then maybe this move works out for them. I still understand why the Vikings traded him, though.
That leaves the Vikings with a little over $9.4 million in cap savings at the moment. However, keep in mind the team still needs to sign rookies, so that number is probably closer to $6-7 million in cap space when it’s all said and done. A first round pick in 2018, Hughes’ NFL career has been defined by injuries. He has played in just 24 regular season games during his three-year NFL career so far.
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