The Vikings' attention has mostly shifted from free agency to the draft, which begins three weeks from Thursday night. Their addition of former Bears receiver Kendall Wright this week, though, shows they're still in the market for veterans who might fill a niche on their roster. And they've still got the cap room to pull off a few more moves.
After the addition of Wright, the Vikings have $17.995 million left in cap space, according to NFLPA records. That gives them room to sign their draft picks, add another player or two and still roll some space into next season, when they'll need room to give new deals to players like wide receiver Stefon Diggs, defensive end Danielle Hunter and linebackers Anthony Barr and Eric Kendricks.
Wright, who signed his one-year deal with the team on Friday, received $400,000 in guaranteed money, in a contract that will pay him an $800,000 base salary, $100,000 signing bonus and $100,000 workout bonus.