EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. There will be no holdouts for the Minnesota Vikings.
On the day players are reporting to Mankato, Minn., for training camp, the team and No. 4 overall draft pick Matt Kalil agreed to terms on a four-year contract, reportedly worth more than 32.5 million.
Kalil, the draft's top offensive line prospect, was one of 10 selections by the Vikings in April's draft and the last to sign after third-round cornerback Josh Robinson signed on Wednesday. Kalil is expected to start immediately at left tackle for Minnesota and upgrade an offensive line that went through a major transition this offseason.
The Vikings' website reported that Kalil signed his deal early Thursday morning at the team facilities at Winter Park in Eden Prairie before heading to Mankato for training camp. Thursday is the report day for players at training camp, with practices beginning on Friday.
Kalil was one of five first-round picks who had yet to sign as of Thursday morning. The reported sticking...