According to reports, the Minnesota Vikings were another team making efforts to acquire cornerback L’Jarius Sneed from the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Minnesota Vikings bolstered their cornerback lineup this offseason with the signing of Shaq Griffin to a one-year deal approximately a week ago. Despite this move, the team was reportedly aiming for a more significant acquisition at the position. However, they ultimately decided to withdraw from a potential trade deal.

Pete Sweeney from Arrowhead Pride reports that the Minnesota Vikings were considering a trade offer to the Kansas City Chiefs for cornerback L’Jarius Sneed but withdrew due to concerns about his long-term health. The proposed trade included a fourth-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft and a third-round pick in 2025, which was stronger than the deal the Chiefs accepted from the Tennessee Titans. Despite Sneed’s past knee injury, he passed his physical with the Titans and agreed to a lucrative four-year contract upon his arrival in Tennessee. It seems that the Vikings and Titans were the main contenders for Sneed, who had the non-exclusive franchise tag from the Chiefs, allowing him to explore potential deals with other teams. While the Vikings may pursue additional cornerback additions through the draft or late free agency, they were prepared to pursue Sneed as a significant addition to their roster.

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