It’s time in the NFL calendar for fine roster tweaks, and the Minnesota Vikings took such a step on Monday.
Per John McMullen of Jacob SportsThe The Vikings have released Tuf Borland, a former student from Ohio State.
The Vikings also announced the transaction.
Borland played two Vikings games last season, 14 weeks against Pittsburgh and 18 weeks in Chicago, in special team power. He did not take any defensive pictures in 2021.
As a member of the 2020 national champion runners-up Buckeyes, Borland has attracted attention in last year’s class as an undefeated free agent. He also has an interesting and memorable name, and Vikings fans never forget one Tuff.
The new guy, William Koenkeu, is an undrafted free agent but from this year’s harvest. Kwenkeu was a linebacker, and had a long career in temples.
All in all, Kwenkeu has played six seasons, watching action in 47 games. During the period he registered a total of 183 tackles and seven sacks.
The Vikings will continue roster moves in the coming months, and Borland’s journey is not terribly noticeable. Like Borland, Kwenkeu is an off-ball linebacker, so men basically switch roles.
These are the current Vikings inside the linebackers:
ILB1: Eric Kendricks
ILB2: Jordan Hicks
ILB3: Brian Asamoah
ILB4: Troy die
ILB5: Chazz Surratt
ILB6: Blake Lynch
ILB7: Ryan Connelly
ILB8: William Koenkeu
Kwenkeu is 24 years old and a resident of Cameroon.
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