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Former LSU defensive back Terrence Alexander signed with the Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday, the team announced:

Minnesota announced Monday that the team has added cornerback Terrance Alexander and safety Isaiah Wharton to the roster.

Additionally, the Vikings released safety Jordan Martin, bringing Minnesota’s roster to the preseason maximum of 90 players.

Alexander spent his senior season at LSU after playing for Stanford for three seasons prior. He played in 13 games with five starts in 2018, recording 23 tackles with three pass breakups.
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Congrats Terrence Alexander Is it bad that I don't remember him? I've had a few beers but damn.
Reply18 months
Somebody gonna get hit in the mouth
Reply18 months
Nah, their face mask will protect them.
18 months
You're right
18 months
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