The Vikings have finally made their first move this offseason in the secondary. According to sources, the Vikings have agreed to deal with free agent cornerback Zackary Bowman on a one year deal. The deal is a minimun deal with no guaranteed money according to The Chicago Sun-Times.
Bowman(6’1-196 lbs) who played for the Bears, has started 16 games in his career and his best was in a promising 2009 when he notched 6 interception in 12 starts. Since than Bowman was benched and never re-gain his 2009 form or became a full time starter again. Bowman has experience in the Cover-2 and provides the Vikings with depth in a position that ran thin last year due to injuries.