Kyle Rudolph Will Stay With The Minnesota Vikings
According to Yahoo! Sports, Kyle Rudolph's agent says even though he has a huge payroll cap hit of 7.625 million aren't talking cuts.
According to the Vikings website, had a pretty good year with 64 receptions, 634 yards, and 4 touchdowns.
His charity efforts helping people was well documented and was the Viking's nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, which recognizes players who exhibit on-the-field excellence and for charity efforts and building communities off the field.
The Minnesota Vikings haven't offered him an extension yet, and they also haven't talked about a pay cut either. Kyle Rudolph is a team captain, only 29 years old, he started all 16 games, which is something a lot of players can't say this year.
Rudolph has had strong seasons for the Vikings and some say his breakout season in 2012 when he went to his first pro bowl. Kyle was the 11th pick by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2011 draft from Notre Dame.