The Minnesota Vikings officially waived QB Mike Kafka from the injured reserve list on Tuesday, according to the NFL transactions release.
The Vikings waived Kafka with an injured designation a few weeks ago as they trimmed their roster down 75 players. However, he wound up going unclaimed, and was reverted to the team’s injured reserve list.
Kakfa, 28, is a former fourth round pick of the Eagles back in 2010. Since then Kafka has played for a number of teams including the Patriots, Jaguars, and Buccaneers before signing on with the Vikings back in April.
Minnesota signed him to a one-year $660,000 contract back in April.
Kafka hasn’t appeared in an NFL game since the 2011 season when he was playing for the Eagles.