The Vikings have cut quarterback Brad Sorensen, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter (Twitter link via Ben Goessling of ESPN). This is the second time this week the Vikings have cut Sorensen, whom they re-signed Tuesday in the wake of Teddy Bridgewater‘s season-ending torn ACL.
Sorensen, 28, was a seventh-round draft choice of the Chargers back in 2013. Although he’s bounced around quite a bit during his four-year NFL career, Sorensen has never thrown a pass or even appeared in a game since entering the league. Even on the heels of Bridgewater’s injury, Minnesota didn’t think Sorensen was worth a roster spot. His exit leaves the club with undrafted rookie Joel Stave behind journeyman Shaun Hill on the Vikings’ QB depth chart.