After toe surgery ended his 2020 season, Vikings safety Myles Dorn working for roster spot in 2021


Safety was a long shot to make the Vikings’ roster last year. He might have a better chance this year. Dorn, an undrafted rookie, suffered a broken big toe in the final practice before final NFL roster cuts, and he spent the season on injured reserve after undergoing surgery. Prior to his injury, he might have been a practice squad candidate. (St. Paul Pioneer Press)

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After toe surgery ended his 2020 season, Vikings safety Myles Dorn working for roster spot in 2021


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