The Vikings are making some headway on getting all 15 of their 2020 draft picks under contract.
First-round wideout Justin Jefferson agreed to a deal on Wednesday and, per Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press, fourth-round linebacker Troy Dye has done the same. It’s a four-year contract for Dye.
Dye was a four-year contributor at Oregon and posted a pair of seasons with more than 100 tackles. He had 41.5 tackles for loss, 13 sacks, five interceptions and four forced fumbles during his time as a Duck.
With Jefferson and Dye getting their deals done, the Vikings are left with 12 more picks to sign. The team’s rookies are set to report for an initial COVID-19 test on Thursday.