The Minnesota Vikings have made their moves in free agency and while the free agent market has dramatically thinned, the Vikings are turning their attention to the upcoming NFL Draft in April.
After losing Punter Jeff Locke to the Indianapolis Colts, the Vikings are in need of a punter and, according to reporter Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post, East Carolina Punter Worth Gregory is set to visit with the team.
East Carolina punter Worth Gregory to visit Minnesota Vikings, private workouts for Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars, per league source— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) March 20, 2017
For his career, Gregory played three seasons at East Carolina and had 160 total punts for a career average of 42.0 yards per punt. Last season, Gregory finished with 51 punts for an average of 42.3 yards per punt including a season-long of 65 yards.
Gregory's longest career punt was a booming 73-yard punt during the 2015 season.