The Vikings elected not to tender Price a contract for 2019, making him an unrestricted free agent, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Price sat out the entire 2018 campaign after sustaining a knee injury during the preseason. Since going undrafted out of Michigan State in 2017, the tight end has yet to make his NFL debut.
Price (knee) cleared waivers Tuesday and was placed on injured reserve, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Price has a season-ending injury, so he'll remain on IR unless an injury settlement is reached. The 25-year-old's absence may affect the Vikings depth for the final two preseason games, but he wasn't expected to make the 53-man roster.
The Vikings released Price (knee) with a waived/injured designation Monday, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Price was carted off the practice field last week and was later deemed out for the season. If he clears waivers, Price will revert to the Vikings' injured reserve, where he'll stay for the 2018 season unless an injury settlement is reached. The fantasy effects of this injury are negligible, as he was a long shot to make the squad anyway.
Price (knee) will be out for the remainder of the season, Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com reports.
Price was carted off from Vikings practice with a right knee injury Wednesday. Though the specifics are unclear, he'll likely move to IR in the near future, where he'll spend the remainder of the 2018 campaign. A depth tight end, Price's injury shouldn't have much impact on the Vikings offense, though there will be more reps to go around for Tyler Hoppes and Blake Bell (leg).
Price was carted off the practice field Wednesday with an apparent injury to his right knee, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Price couldn't put any weight on his leg after going down in a passing drill. While the extent of his injury is unknown, it sounds like the second-year tight end could be dealing with something severe.
Price (undisclosed) is expected to play in Friday's preseason game against the Seahawks, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Price has missed some time with an undisclosed injury, but he's apparently healthy and ready to rotate in with the second- and third-team unit Friday.
Price did not practice Saturday with an undisclosed injury, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Price has not played a snap since 2014 due to a suspension and knee injury. He played the 2014 season in a special teams role, and that is what should be expected if he makes the Week 1 roster.
Price was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.
Fortunately, Minnesota has a deep enough secondary to absorb the loss of Price.
Price (knee) will not return Thursday, Matt Vensel of the Star Tribune reports.
Price suffered the injury in the fourth quarter of Thursday's game, but the fact that the Vikings immediately ruled him out for the remainder of the game is a potentially ominous sign. Minnesota has a deep enough secondary to absorb Price's loss if he has to miss significant time.
Vikings cornerback Jabari Price was suspended for two games by the NFL for violating the league's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Price apologized for the suspension via a statement issues by the NFL Players Association.
"I sincerely apologize to my family, teammates, Vikings [organization], fans for mistake I made, It will never happen again," Price said.
Price recorded 10 tackles over 14 games for Minnesota last season.
Vikings cornerback Jabari Price entered a plea deal with prosecutors to have his DWI charge reduced to careless driving, according to court records obtained by 1500ESPN.com.
Price was arrested late last year and charged with a fourth-degree misdemeanor DWI. The plea deal calls for Price to serve one year of probation, complete 30 days of home confinement and pay a $300 fine.
Vikings cornerback Jabari Price was arrested early Monday and booked with a misdemeanor charge of driving while impaired before being released, the Star Tribune reports.
Price was observed driving above the speed limit in the early morning of the day after his team's season-ending win over the Bears, and the trooper "detected impairment in the driver," per the incident report, before administering a breathalyzer. He is scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 9.
"We are aware of the incident involving Jabari Price and are looking into the matter," a Vikings spokesman said in a statement. "We will withhold any further comment at this time."
The arrest comes one year and one day after ex-Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson was arrested for DWI. Price recorded 10 tackles in his first season in Minnesota.
Vikings wideout Cordarrelle Patterson got the green light Week 15 against the Lions.
Patterson entered the contest listed as questionable due to a hamstring injury. He was not listed on the injury report on Wednesday or Thursday, but was limited in practice on Friday due to the issue. He'll attempt to play through it against Detroit.
The team will also have Jerome Felton, Everson Griffen, Jabari Price and Harrison Smith. All four players were listed as probable heading into the game.
The Vikings have ruled safety Robert Blanton (ankle, knee), guard Charlie Johnson (ankle), defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (knee) and linebacker Anthony Barr (knee) out for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson (hamstring) was the only player listed as questionable on Minnesota's final injury report. Meanwhile, fullback Jerome Felton (neck), safety Harrison Smith (shoulder), defensive end Everson Griffen (back) and cornerback Jabari Price (hamstring) were all deemed probable for Week 15.
The Vikings listed linebacker Anthony Barr (knee) as inactive Sunday against the Jets.
The Vikings also listed cornerback Jabari Price, fullback Zach Line, linebacker Brandon Watts, guard David Yankey, offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb and defensive lineman Scott Crichton as inactive.
The Vikings have ruled running back Jerick McKinnon out of Sunday’s game at New Orleans, reports ESPN.
It will be the second consecutive game McKinnon has missed while dealing with a back injury.
The team also listed linebacker Anthony Barr (knee) and defensive back Jabari Price (hamstring) as doubtful.
Vikings running back Jerick McKinnon (back), linebacker Anthony Barr (knee) and defensive back Jabari Price (hamstring) all missed Thursday's practice in preparation for Week 14's game against the Jets.
McKinnon, who missed Week 13 with a lower back injury, is averaging 4.8 yards per carry, while Barr left Week 13 with a knee injury and was feared to miss significant time. However, Barr has no structural damage and is questionable for Week 14.
Sharrif Floyd (knee) and Chase Ford (foot) were limited in practice.
Vikings safety Antone Exum, cornerback Jabari Price, fullback Zach Line, linebacker Brandon Watts, guard David Yankey, guard Austin Wentworth and tight Kyle Rudolph were among the team's inactives Week 9 vs. Washington.
Aside from ruled-out tight end Kyle Rudolph (abdomen/groin), the Vikings are in fine shape as they await their Sunday game against Washington.
Listed as questionable is cornerback Jabari Price (hamstring). The probables are defensive end Brian Robison (glute), cornerback Josh Robinson (ankle), defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (ankle/knee), linebacker Gerald Hodges (hamstring), safety Antone Exum (ankle/shoulder) and tight end Chase Ford (foot).
The Vikings have placed 11 players on their Friday injury report, but only two have been deemed worse than questionable. They are ruled-out tight end Kyle Rudolph (abdomen/groin) and doubtful linebacker Gerald Hodges (hamstring).
Guard Vladimir Ducasse (knee), safety Antone Exum (ankle) and cornerback Josh Robinson (ankle) are questionable. The probables are tight end Chase Ford (foot), defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (ankle), cornerback Jabari Price (hamstring), safety Harrison Smith (ankle), center John Sullivan (concussion) and defensive end Corey Wootton (back).