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OTA #4 Concludes; Williams Wall Update

Posted by Mike Wobschall on May 21, 2010 – 11:08 am

Forced to move indoors because of rain earlier this morning, the Vikings worked for approximately 90 minutes in the Winter Park field house and completed OTA #4. On-field work is done for the week and the team will be back at it with 4 more OTAs next week.

We’ll have a few (offense exclusive) observations from today in a bit, so be sure to stay tuned to vikings.com for complete OTA coverage of the Purple.

Also, in case you missed it, our buddy Chip Scoggins posted an update on the Williams Wall situation earlier today. Scoggins writes that a Hennepin County judge has ruled that Kevin Williams and Pat Williams will be able to play for the Vikings if they appeal their 4-game suspension, but he also notes that the question now is, how long will the appeals process take? Will it be resolved before the season or drag on for many more months?

OTA #4 observations are coming shortly.


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4 Responses to “OTA #4 Concludes; Williams Wall Update”

  1. By Pat the Viking on May 21, 2010 | Reply

    Good News, very GOOD NEWS !

  2. By Pat the Viking on May 21, 2010 | Reply

    I feel that the UNDER-STUDIES of the Williams Wall – should have a great Training Camp this year. Letroy Guion, Fred Evans & Jimmy Kennedy, all of these guys should have developed and should be able to dominate any center or guard in the league just like the Williams Wall does.

  3. By CA Norwegian on May 21, 2010 | Reply

    I think this whole thing is a shame. I think the officiating is how the league bit back over this last year. I think they should stop fighting this, because they will be fresher over the last half if they serve the first, the understudies will be more polished, and it will increase the overall strength of the team in the playoffs, even if we take some lumps in the W/L columns. Do it while Winfield and Griffin are fresh. Does the bye week count or would they have to serve five weeks, if they were serving suspensions?

  4. By Pat the Viking on May 22, 2010 | Reply

    4 games – so bye would not count as one

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