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"I'm extremely excited to be a part of the Minnesota Vikings moving forward," Walsh said. "I'd like to thank Rick Spielman, the Wilf family, Coach Zimmer, Coach Priefer and Rob Brzezinski for giving me this opportunity. I'm proud to be able to stay with the team that drafted me coming out of college and I look forward to what is in store for the future of this organization."
Walsh said there's been "a little bit of communication" about a new deal.
"I would love to stay a Viking," he said. "This is the team that drafted me and put that faith in me to be an NFL kicker. But at the same time, I’ve had a Pro Bowl year here, I’ve had success and there’s been a lot of long attempts that we’ve made, so the numbers are going to have to be right for both of us. But when it comes down to it, I hope I can stay with the Vikings."
Walsh connected from 18 and 33 yards and also converted all three of his extra point attempts. The two successful field goals was the first time Walsh made multiple field goals in a game since Nov. 23.
The Vikings host the Bears in the season finale.
Walsh got his first opportunity on the team's first drive, but couldn't convert from 53 yards out. On his second attempt, Walsh's attempt from 26 yards out was blocked. Walsh had a chance to win the game on the final play, but needed to make a record 68 yard field goal. Once again, he couldn't convert, coming up short and wide.
Walsh will take on the Dolphins Week 16.
Blair made a 20-yard field goal attempt, but missed from 39 and 56 yards. Blair did convert all three of his extra point attempts.
The Vikings will play at Detroit Week 15
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