Hill signed a one-year deal with the Vikings on Monday, according to his agent Brett Tessler.
Hill worked as a depth option for the Vikings in 2020, filling in at tackle when Brian O'Neill and Riley Reiff were unable to take the field. In total, Hill played 122 offensive snaps while also chipping in on special teams. He figures to fill a similar role during his sixth season in Minnesota.
Hill signed with the Vikings on Friday, Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com reports.
Hill geared up for 15 games in 2019 and started one contest, and he'll continue to add depth at tackle behind Riley Reiff and Brian O'Neill. Unless one of those two gets injured, however, Hill will watch most games from the sidelines.
Hill officially signed his one-year tender with the Vikings on Monday, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
The deal Hill elected to sign was valued at just over $2 million. Hill has spent the past three seasons with the Vikings, seeing action in 28 games. He likely will provide depth to a unit that struggled last season.
Hill was tendered a contract by the Vikings on Monday, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Hill, a restricted free agent, receives a tender worth just over $2 million. The 27-year-old offensive tackle is more suited to backup duties but could have a realistic path to an elevated role if the Vikings struggle to overhaul the O-line this offeason.
Hill (foot) was a full participant in Friday's practice and will play in Sunday's game against the Bills.
Hill's participation progressed throughout the week while he nursed an ankle injury, as he was back to being a full participant Friday after being limited Thursday. He should be a full go Sunday.
Hill (foot) did not practice Wednesday.
Hill's injury, earlier believed to be an ankle sprain, is listed as a foot injury to begin Week 3. Though the severity of Hill's injury remains undisclosed, it's possible the 26-year-old may not suit up against the Bills on Sunday. If Hill misses any time, Brian O'Neill will serve as Minnesota's primary right tackle.
Hill is considered day-to-day following his ankle sprain in Sunday's tie with the Packers, and his availability for a Week 3 game against the Bills remains up in the air, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Although the ankle injury is believed to be minor, there seems to be a real possibility that Hill won't be ready for Sunday's game. The Vikings will likely monitor hill throughout practice this week before making a decision.
Hill (ankle) suffered a minor right ankle injury in Minnesota's 29-29 tie against the Packers on Sunday, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Hill was forced out of Sunday's game due to the ankle injury, after spending last week limited in practice with a rolled ankle. It's good news for the Vikings that their starting right tackle's injury isn't serious, but it remains to be seen whether Hill will get healthy in time to suit up next Sunday against the Bills.
Hill is questionable to return against the Packers on Sunday due to an ankle injury, Chad Graff of The Athletic reports.
It remains to be seen whether the injury that took Hill out of Sunday's contest is related to the rolled ankle he suffered in practice this week. Brian O'Neill will serve as Hill's replacement at right tackle as long as the 26-year-old remains sidelined.
Hill did not participate in Tuesday's practice due to an ankle injury, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Hill rolled his ankle during Monday's session and should be considered day-to-day moving forward. Brian O'Neill stepped in to take first-team reps at right tackle in Hill's absence.
Hill (illness) returned to practice Tuesday, Andrew Krammer of the Star Tribune reports.
Hill was sidelined Monday due to an illness, but he was able to return just one day later as he looks to earn the starting role at right tackle.
Hill (illness) did not participate in Monday's practice, Chad Graff of the Athletic Minnesota reports.
It doesn't sound as if Hill is dealing with anything severe, as the offensive lineman indicated that he'll be back on the field Tuesday.
Hill (knee) was a full participant in practice Thursday.
Hill missed Monday's win over the Bears and was limited in practice on Wednesday, but his full participation bodes well for his game status against the Packers this Sunday.
Hill (knee) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Bears.
Hill will be forced to miss his second consecutive game Monday. With Hill and running back Dalvin Cook (knee) out, the Vikings might have trouble on the ground in the divisional showdown.
Hill (knee) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Lions, Andrew Krammer of the Star Tribune reports.
Not much information is available on Hill's injury, but he'll get an extra day of recovery in the upcoming week since the Vikings play the Bears on Monday night in Week 5.
Hill (knee) is questionable to play Sunday against the Lions.
Hill appears to have injured his knee during Friday's practice. Unfortunately, the specifics of his situation aren't clear.
Hill (leg) returned to practice Monday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Hill suffered a foot or ankle injury during Saturday's practice and was carted off the field. However, the move was precautionary, and it doesn't appear to be a serious injury. Factoring in the concurrent return to practice of fellow lineman Riley Reiff, it appears the Vikings' offensive line dodged a bullet with respect to its overall health.
Hill suffered a foot or ankle injury during Saturday's practice and was carted off the field, Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com reports.
Hill was able to walk back to the practice field later but not resume practicing. Early indications are that the injury is not considered serious.
Hill was signed by the Vikings on Tuesday.
Hill was brought on to replace Jake Long (Achilles), who was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. The rookie has spent the season on the Jaguars' practice squad but now has a real opportunity to become a starter on a depleted Vikings' offensive line.