Terence Newman

#23 DB / Minnesota Vikings / EXP: 15YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 197 lb Age: 39 College: Kansas State Bye 9

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  • Newman played 41 snaps and worked as the slot corner ahead of Mackensie Alexander in Monday's win over the Saints, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. He had four total tackles. It looks like Newman will get more playing time as a result. However, we'd expect the Vikings to be judicious with the 39-year old's playing time later in the season.

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  • Newman appears set to be used as a backup or third-cornerback role with Trae Waynes moving into the starting lineup opposite Xavier Rhodes, ESPN reports. Newman could battle Mackensie Alexander for the slot cornerback role, but most of the talk appears to be that Newman will move to a reserve role. However, neither Alexander nor Waynes are established enough as starters that Newman couldn't take over a larger role if either struggle.

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  • Newman signed a one-year contract to remain with Minnesota, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Newman was a free agent but will return to the Vikings. Although 38 last season, he graded well in coverage. However, he could have a reduced role at age 39 as 2015 first-round draft pick Trae Waynes will compete for the starting job. Or Newman could shift to covering the slot with Captain Munnerlyn leaving to sign with the Panthers.

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  • Vikings' Terence Newman: Active Thursday
    By RotoWire Staff

    Newman (neck) is active for Thursday's game against the Cowboys. Newman was inactive last week but was able to practice in full on Tuesday and wasn't expected to be held out Thursday. It's unclear if he'll be limited at all, in which case Trae Waynes would likely see some extra snaps.

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  • Newman (neck) was a full participant in practice Tuesday. The veteran's full participation should clear him of any injury status heading into Thursday's matchup with the Cowboys. Look for the veteran cornerback to resume his role as starter but could see his reps monitored, in which case Trae Waynes could see increased action.

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