The deal that linebacker Desmond Bishop is getting from the Minnesota Vikings is for one year and worth up to $1.35 million, says ProFootballTalk.
Bishop missed all of last year with a hamstring injury and he was released by the Green Bay Packers recently. His contract with the Vikings is apparently incentive-laden, giving him the opportunity to max out if he plays and performs well. Otherwise, the deal is likely for the veteran minimum.
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