Posted March 29, 2012 on min.scout.com
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Vikings coach Leslie Frazier laid out his current depth chart on the offensive line, one that has just about no chance of staying the same. With an offseason to come together and the draft ahead, they could have new starters at three of the five positions. We examine how the dynamics, experience and salary structure on the offensive line has dramatically changed.
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