According to Andrew Krammer, the Vikings are signing CB Amari Henderson to a contract.
Henderson was initially signed to a contract after trying out for Minnesota at its rookie minicamp.
However, he had to leave the team because of an unexpected death in the family and was unable to sign right away. The Vikings kept the door open, though, and Henderson will have his shot with the team.
Henderson, 23, wound up going undrafted out of Wake Forest back in 2020. He later signed a rookie contract with the Jaguars, but was waived coming out of training camp.
The Jaguars did re-sign Henderson to their practice squad before releasing him a week later.
During his college career at Wake Forest, Henderson appeared in 46 games and recorded 169 tackles, two fumble recoveries, seven interceptions and 40 passes deflected over the course of four seasons.