The struggling Minnesota Vikings' secondary is getting more help.
Multiple reports Wednesday indicated Minnesota has agreed to a one-year deal with former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Chris Carr. Carr, 28, had 19 tackles and three pass deflections last season while being limited by injuries to nine games with Baltimore. The 5-foot-10, 182-pound Carr had reportedly visited the team two weeks ago but left town without a deal.
He's the second corner to sign with the Vikings in the past two weeks. Minnesota signed Zack Bowman from the Chicago Bears to a one-year deal last week, adding more bodies to a secondary which has struggled to stay healthy and tied for the fewest interceptions in the NFL last season.
The Vikings have Antoine Winfield returning from neck surgery, and the other starter is likely to be Chris Cook, who was acquitted on domestic abuse charges last month. Winfield will turn 35 before the season begins, and Cook has played only 12 career games since being drafted in t...