Vikings, Anthony Barr Agree To Terms

The Vikings have reached an agreement with the first of their 2014 first-round picks, according to Ben Goessling of, who reports (via Twitter) that linebacker Anthony Barr has agreed to terms with the club. In addition to reaching a deal with Barr, Minnesota has also agreed to a contract with seventh-rounder Shamar Stephen, says Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

According to Jason Fitzgerald’s figures at, Barr, the ninth overall pick this year, is in line for a signing bonus of about $7.588MM. Barr’s four-year should have an overall base value of about $12.744MM, and will include a fifth-year option for 2018. As for Stephen, the 220th overall pick should receive a signing bonus worth about $65K and a four-year contract worth around $2.285MM in total.

With Barr and Stephen set to sign their deals, the Vikings will have secured half of their 10 draftees. The team’s second first-round pick, Teddy Bridgewater, is among the five players who still need to be locked up.

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  1. Robert L

    I’m really liking the slot values and how it’s really helping to get these draft picks signed super quick especially being a Vikings fan because before these slot values, it would seem like the Vikings would ALWAYS go to the very last minute to sign their first and second round picks and leave me and I’m sure many other Vikings fans wondering if they were ever going to get a deal done.. it was always frustrating! Can’t wait to see what Barr can do. Skol


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