MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Vikings have been making plenty of roster moves this offseason. They're just not the kind of transactions that get much attention.
Frustrated fans have been pining for more action, still wishing Ryan Longwell had the chance to kick a field goal in New Orleans at the end of the NFC championship game two years ago instead of watching Brett Favre's off-balance pass get intercepted.
But if there were actually any lingering questions about whether the Vikings were in full reconstruction mode, they've been answered by the way general manager Rick Spielman has guided the organization through this spring. The Vikings added to their list of low-profile free agent additions on Monday by signing wide receiver Bryan Walters. He played in college at Cornell and spent the last two years with the San Diego Chargers, appearing in four games last season.
Not the game-breaking guy with burning speed the masses would love to see.
Walters joins tight...