Minnesota Vikings Sign David Parry, Release Dylan Bradley

Annette Crawford
May 17, 2018

After a previous free-agent visit in Minnesota, defensive tackle David Parry officially has a new team.

To make room for Parry on their 90-man roster, Minnesota announced the release of defensive tackle Dylan Bradley on Wednesday as well. Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported the Parry signing Wednesday. He joined the Saints practice squad in early September after being waived by the Indianapolis Colts.

Parry, 6-2 and 315 pounds, served his four-game suspension violation of the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse at the end of last season.

He played two full seasons, starting every game, for the Indianapolis Colts, who released him in final roster cuts past year. He suited up in one game with the Saints before being placed on injured reserve in 2017.

In 33 National Football League games, Parry has 49 tackles and eight tackles for loss.

Now Parry looks to get his career back on track with the Vikings. He will provide the Vikings with more depth behind nose tackle Linval Joseph. Head coach Mike Zimmer has indicated multiple times this offseason that he plans on using more of a defensive line rotation this season.

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