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When last we saw cornerback Benny Sapp, he was being beaten by Wes Welker for a 99-yard touchdown on the first Monday night of the season. That play got Sapp his walking papers from Miami, but the veteran has resurfaced in Minnesota. With Antoine Winfield hitting the injured reserve on Wednesday after fracturing his clavicle…
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The Minnesota Vikings have signed veteran cornerback Benny Sapp to try to help plug the holes in a depleted secondary.
The eighth-year pro played for the Vikings in 2008 and 2009 before being traded to the Miami Dolphins. Sapp was cut after a Week 1 loss to New England this year and has been waiting for a call ever since.
The Vikings just need bodies in the secondary right now...
Who got the better end of this trade NOW, Dolphins? #************In a move of clear desperation and perhaps retardedness, the Minnesota Vikings have resigned cornerback Benny Sapp to the team. Why? Because Antoine Winfield went on injured reserve after he suffered an injury to his clavicle during the Green Bay game. Because our second best cornerback chokes the panties off his girlfriend...
The Minnesota Vikings signed veteran cornerback Benny Sapp on Wednesday.
Sapp, who played for the Vikings in 2008-09, was cut by the Miami Dolphins after they were torched by the New England Patriots in a season-opening loss on national television.
The Vikings' need for Sapp came to light after the team placed Antoine Winfield on injured reserve with a broken clavicle. Winfield...
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Cornerback Benny Sapp returned to the Vikings locker room with a big smile and a lot of love for Minnesota, the Vikings defense and his teammates.
The Minnesota Vikings signed veteran cornerback Benny Sapp to a one-year deal on Wednesday to help plug the holes in a depleted secondary.
Hot News for CB Benny Sapp
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -- Benny Sapp was sitting at home in Florida, waiting for the phone to ring for 10 weeks after he was cut by the Miami Dolphins in Week 1.
Benny Sapp is back at Winter Park, asked to aid a battered defensive backfield.
Antoine Winfield’s second major injury of the season landed the veteran CB on IR, but the roster hole left by Winfield’s departure wasn’t open for long. On Wednesday morning the Vikings hastily worked out former Dolphin Benny Sapp, and by noon the team was ready to announce that Sapp had passed his physical and been signed to a contract.Of course we all remember Sapp’s first...
The Vikings are in the process of further mending their ailing secondary after Antoine Winfield’s season-ending fractured clavicle. They are looking to a familiar face in CB Benny Sapp.