Free agent Kyle Rudolph says he wants attention and The Vikings and Buccaneers, and ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.
Rudolph spent the first 10 years of his career playing in Minnesota. He received two Pro Bowl bids during his time there. In 2021, he played for the Giants before entering free agency this offseason.
The Buccaneers recently lost their starting tight end Rob Gronkowski when he announced his retirement from the NFL. The report says Tampa Bay is interested in Rudolph ahead of training camp.
A reunion with the Vikings is “not off the table,” Fowler said, though it’s unclear how Minnesota is involved with Rudolph.
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With the Giants, Rudolph finished with 26 catches on 39 attempts for 257 yards and one touchdown. He started 13 of 16 games in the 2021 season.
His best seasons came in 2016 and 2017, his second Pro Bowl season after being selected for the first time in 2012. In ’16, he started all 16 games, finishing with 840 yards and seven touchdowns. In ’17, he started all 16 games, finishing with 532 yards and eight touchdowns.
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