Free agent player George Iloka was recruited to the Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday, the Vikings reported on their twitter.
Iloka was discharged by the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday after six seasons with the Bengals on the grounds that the group would not like to pay his $6.2 million salary cap. Vikings head mentor Mike Zimmer was Cincinnati's defensive trainer amid George's initial two NFL seasons in 2012 and 2013.
Iloka began his career with the Bengals starting in 2013. In Minnesota, he could fill in for Andrew Sendejo at solid wellbeing and match with All-Pro free safety Harrison Smith.
The Vikings entered Wednesday with $10.4 million of compensation top room. They could sign Iloka and still have space to sign linebacker Anthony Barr to an agreement augmentation. Anthony Barr is making $12.3 million in the last year of his arrangement, and just a single fifth of any reward would mean something negative for the current year's top.