Vikings’ sixth-round draft pick Vederian Lowe agrees to contract terms

Tackle Vederian Lowe, a sixth-round draft pick from Illinois, has agreed to contract terms with the Vikings, a source said Thursday.

Lowe will get a four-year, $3.86 million contract with a signing bonus of $197,873 and will count $754,468 on the 2022 cap. Lowe, selected with the No. 184 overall pick, will sign his deal as soon as Thursday.

The Vikings will begin at two-day rookie minicamp on Friday.

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