Hill stepped in for concussed starter Teddy Bridgewater in Sunday's game against the Rams, completing 2-of-6 passes for 15 yards. The veteran saw his first action of the season Sunday, and actually led the Vikings to a game-winning field goal in overtime. It is unclear when Bridgewater will be able to return, but Hill is seemingly in line to start any games he misses. The Vikings will face off with a middling Raiders defense in Week 10, but Hill doesn't possess much fantasy potential, even in a starting role.
The Vikings made the signings of quarterback Shaun Hill and long snapper Cullen Loeffler on Wednesday, per the team's official website. Hill, 35, played in Minnesota from 2002-05. He will be reunited with offensive coordinator Norv Turner, who he worked with in 2006 with the 49ers. Loeffler's entire 11-year career has been with Minnesota.
The Vikings have signed free agent quarterback Shaun Hill on Tuesday, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Hill, 35, has started 34 games in his NFL career, including eight games for the Rams last season after Sam Bradford went down with a torn ACL. He threw for 1,657 yards with eight touchdowns and seven interceptions in 2014. He also played in Minnesota from 2002-05. He will be reunited with offensive coordinator Norv Turner, who he worked with in 2006 with the 49ers.
The Vikings made an offer to 35-year-old free agent quarterback Shaun Hill, who started eight games for the Rams last season, reports ESPN.com. In Minnesota, Hill would back up second-year pro Teddy Bridgewater and be reunited with offensive coordinator Norv Turner. Hill spent the 2006 season working with Turner in San Francisco.
The Vikings have reached out to veteran quarterback Shaun Hill in order to replace the recently departed Matt Cassel, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press. The 35-year-old started his career with the Vikings in 2002. After playing with the team through the 2005 season, he also had stints with the 49ers, Lions and Rams. In 2014 with the Rams, Hill completed 145 of 229 for 1,657 yards with eight touchdowns and seven interceptions.
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