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Positional analysis: Tight ends

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While tight end has gained importance in the NFL in recent years, the 2014 class of prospects isn't very deep with top-end talent. Only two or three come without many questions or concerns. We examine the strengths and weaknesses, stats, agility and projections of the top 10 tight end prospects.

VIKINGS TIGHT ENDS – Kyle Rudolph, Rhett Ellison, Chase Ford, Allen Reisner. TEAM NEED – The numbers speak for themselves. Two proven tight ends – Rudolph and Ellison – in a run-based offense simply is not enough, much less with the only legitimate offensive weapon of the group (Rudolph) missing much of the 2013 season due to injury. The Vikings released veteran John Carlson because his contract...

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