Rudolph is participating in in this week's OTAs and says he's fully healthy after missing seven games last season due to hernia surgery, ankle and knee injuries, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. "I'll tell you, what’s even a better addition is have Kyle Rudolph back healthy,” quaterback Teddy Bridgewater said. “He’s like a whole new player on the team.”
Wallace says Minnesota's offense is a better fit for him than Miami and he's been spending extra time working with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater in OTAs, ESPN reports. "I think it's more so [like] my first four years," Wallace said. "It's a vertical offense, [rather] than a short, West Coast offense. You go down the field a lot more here, more what I'm accustomed to."
Hunter has had a couple of good mini-camp practices, according to head coach Ken Whisenhunt, The Tennessean reports, but the coach qualified that in telling reporters "at some point, you either get it or you won't be in this league anymore. That's the natural order of the NFL."