FRIDAY, 9:44am: Reisner’s one-year deal is indeed worth the minimum ($645K), tweets Ben Goessling of ESPN.com.
TUESDAY, 2:13pm: The Vikings have signed free agent tight end Allen Reisner to a contract, a league source Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post. Terms of the agreement weren’t reported, but I’d expect it to be a one-year, minimum-salary deal.
Reisner, 25, originally started his NFL career with the Vikings in 2011 as an undrafted free agent. In parts of three seasons in Minnesota and Jacksonville, Reisner has caught seven balls for 58 yards. He saw his most playing time early last season, appearing in 222 offensive snaps before being placed on injured reserve.
The Jaguars had the option to tender a contract offer to Reisner at season’s end, but opted not to, making him an unrestricted free agent.