Found May 31, 2013 on Fantasy Football Champs:
Minnesota Vikings first-round pick (No. 29) wideout, Cordarrelle Patterson, will be eased into the offense, according to coach Leslie Frazier.Fantasy Spin:Patterson is still raw and it appears that he'll be behind Greg Jennings and Jerome Simpson, at least at the start of the season. Keep your fantasy expectation in check.
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