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There is plenty of excitement surrounding the Vikings as the 2021 season approaches.

Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer’s squad features a revamped defense, and nearly every key piece from last season’s explosive offense has returned.

Minnesota, however, is replacing a 10-year mainstay in the lineup at tight end after bidding farewell to Kyle Rudolph this offseason to save cap space.

With U.S. Bank Vikings Training Camp set to open later this month, what are they key storylines surrounding the tight ends?

Is Irv Smith, Jr., ready to be become a household name?

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Smith has put up solid numbers in his first two seasons in the league, catching 66 passes for 676 yards and seven scores. If all goes well for Smith and the Vikings, the tight end could equal or eclipse those numbers in the 2021 season alone.

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Smith, the 50th overall pick in 2019, will certainly have a chance to leave his imprint on the Vikings offense. With Rudolph now with the Giants, Smith is clearly viewed as the Vikings No. 1 tight end on the roster.

Still just 22 years old, Smith drew rave reviews from coaches for his approach this spring.

“Irv has come back in phenomenal shape. He’s really been working at it since we last saw him in the building,” Vikings Offensive Coordinator Klint Kubiak said in May. “But I don’t want him to do anything different. I want him to be himself.

“And now he’s going to have more opportunities, and I’m excited to see what he does with it,” Kubiak added. “But I just want to push him in the day-to-day … to get better at a few things every day and just get some aggregate gains and put those forward toward the payoff in the season.”

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Smith said he focused on his diet in the offseason, and appears to be primed for a breakout in his third season.

“Obviously [my] workload’s going to be increased,” Smith said. “I’m working hard, but it’s obviously going to keep going up and keep going up, so for me, I just take every role for what it is and just try to make the most out of every opportunity.

“Coach Zim’s done a great job, obviously, of implementing me these past two years,” Smith added, “but definitely I feel like my role will increase.”

What does Tyler Conklin have in store for Year 4?

While Smith will certainly draw more attention from opposing defenses, they will certainly need to account for Conklin, too.

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The former fifth-round pick has grown into a reliable player with hard work and determination, and can now be viewed as somewhat of a secret weapon in Minnesota.

Conklin had 19 catches for 194 yards and a score in 2020. But he really thrived at the end of the season with 15 catches for 168 yards in the final four games when Rudolph was out with an injury.

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Smith said this offseason that he and Conklin have the potential to be among the league’s top duos at their positions in 2020.

“I’m very, very excited about me and Conk’ together out there,” Smith said. “Conk is a great player, great guy on and off the field. I feel like the tight end, you want to be able to move and not only be a threat in the pass game but in the run game as well.

“I feel like me and Conk’ are one of the best duos at doing that,” Smith added. “With that being said, I’m very excited about me and him playing together and having this opportunity.”

Conklin is entering the final season of his rookie contract, so another strong year could set him up for a pay bump. But it’s clear after three seasons that he has worked himself into one of the most respected players on the roster.

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Who emerges as the third tight end?

Kubiak is entering his first season as the Vikings OC, but don’t expect the offensive scheme to change much from what the team has done in recent years.

That should equate to the continued use of multiple tight end sets, which means the third player behind Smith and Conklin will be a key piece of the offense.

There is plenty of intrigue regarding that spot.

Brandon Dillon is the more experienced of the three tight ends after Smith and Conklin. He is entering his third season in Purple. The former undrafted free agent spent most of the past two seasons on Minnesota’s practice squad after making the roster for Minnesota’s 2019 season opener.

He has flashed in the past two training camps and the 2019 preseason and could cement a roster spot with another strong performance in the coming weeks.

Zach Davidson was a fifth-round draft pick this spring out of Central Missouri (Division II). He has perhaps one of the most unique backgrounds on the team, as he was a tight end and punter in college.

Davidson has considerable length at 6-foot-7 and is listed at 243 pounds, but could also need time to adjust with the jump from Division II to the NFL.

The other rookie tight end on the roster also played at a Division II school. Shane Zylstra had a prolific career as a receiver at Minnesota State, Mankato.

Zylstra showed receiving skills that helped him become the school’s all-time leader in career receptions (227), receiving yards (4,297) and touchdown catches (54).

Smith and Conklin will surely get plenty of work this summer, but the battle between Dillon, Davidson and Zylstra for the third spot will be one to watch.

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Minnesota’s two best wideouts are both players who can do damage in the slot.

Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson have both thrived as slot receivers and also made plays out wide. For the Vikings, it’s Thielen who ranks in Touchdown Wire’s top list of best slot receivers in the NFL.

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“Thielen was the team’s most reliable and estimable slot receiver last season, catching 26 of 34 targets for 326 yards and five touchdowns. Thielen doesn’t have the jets he used to, but he understands his role, and he’s certainly capable of taking advantage when a bad defense (Hello, Cowboys) overspills to Jefferson.”

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Players like Cooper Kupp and JuJu Smith-Schuster ranked ahead of Thielen, which is definitely debatable. Also, Tyreek Hill claimed the No. 1 spot on the list, which is hard to argue against.

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The biggest free-agent signing for the Patriots defensive line came in the form of Davon Godchaux, a towering interior defender with nose tackle potential. When on the field, he should be more of a factor for the Patriots on early downs against the run than almost anyone on the roster was in 2020.

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But the question for Godchaux, who signed with the Patriots for two years and up to $15 million, is health. He’s coming off a season in which he only played five games, and struggled to regain a spot on the active roster late in the 2020 season for the Dolphins. So he has people to prove wrong in New England. He does sound like he has the right kind of “Do Your Job” mentality that Bill Belichick would want in a guy manning the middle of the defensive line.

“I just feel like doing your job is all a part of being yourself,” Godchaux said in his introductory press conference in March. “Make plays, but be yourself and do your job in that scheme. Don’t try to make plays outside of what you’re assigned to do. I feel like once you do that, it makes it a lot easier.”

The Patriots also signed former Jets defensive lineman Henry Anderson, but for less than half the money they committed to Godchaux. Anderson should be a solid edge-setter, though, which would correct a problem the Patriots have had up front since losing Trey Flowers two years ago. But Godchaux is clearly the one D-lineman expected to give the unit an immediate adrenaline shot.

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Rookie Wild Card

The aforementioned “promising rookie” is, of course, former Alabama defensive tackle Christian Barmore. The clear No. 1 prospect at the position in the 2021 NFL Draft, Barmore became a Patriot after the team traded up to the 38th pick to snag him.

It’s rare for rookies to make an immediate impact in New England, especially on defense. But Barmore has a real opportunity in front of him to, at the very least, see the field on third down and in obvious passing situations. He likely needs time to develop and round out his game as he gains professional experience, but his raw explosiveness could make him a factor as a pass-rusher in year 1.

If Barmore doesn’t pop as a rookie, then the pass-rushing talent on the defensive line is a particular question mark. It could be an area where the Patriots have to rely on scheme, and on their veterans to execute it.

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Belichick’s spending spree on the front-seven prompted questions of whether Lawrence Guy would return. But after a brief time as a free agent, Guy ultimately re-signed with the Patriots for four years and up to $11.5 million. The 31-year-old now appears likely to play out the rest of his career in New England.

Guy was as steady and dependable as anyone on the Patriots roster from 2017-2020. He played in 62 of a possible 64 games, starting 60 of them. In 2020, he recorded 57 tackles, four tackles for loss, seven quarterback hits, and two sacks in 14 games.

With a significantly improved roster around him on both the defensive line and at linebacker, Guy should actually have more space opened up for him. But against the run, anyway, Guy should continue to be a stout presence. And if Godchaux and Anderson are healthy and flanking him, Guy will be in even more of a position to succeed.

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New Leadership?

Of the Patriots’ long-term signings in 2021, Deatrich Wise was arguably the most surprising. A four-year extension for as much as $22 million didn’t seem likely after 2020. But Wise has steadily risen as a leader in the Patriots’ locker room, and remains among their most credited players for how hard he works and the example he sets.

The problem with Wise hasn’t necessarily been his fault. He’s always been more of a fit for a 4-3 defense, and his attempt to transition into more of a 3-4 defensive end role over the past two seasons hasn’t translated to great success. But now that Wise won’t necessarily have to play every down or set the edge against the run, Belichick can pick his spots and put him on the field in situations where he can get to the quarterback.

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Along with Guy, Wise is now the Patriots’ longest-tenured defensive lineman. And with his new deal locked in, he’s a candidate to become a team captain for the first time, too.

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The Rest…

At the end of the defensive line depth chart, there’s a mixed bag of free agents, journeymen, and kids. Byron Cowart is entering his third season, coming off a 2020 campaign in which he started 14 games and recorded a sack, three QB hits, and a batted pass. Cowart has made steady progress after being drafted as a fifth-round pick in 2019 and should have a good chance to stick around.

There’s legitimate competition, though. Veteran Carl Davis, who joined the Pats midway through the 2020 season, made immediate headway on the roster before injuries derailed him. He re-signed with the Patriots in March and should push for a roster spot. The Patriots also signed former Packers defensive end Montravius Adams, a more unheralded signing than Godchaux or Anderson.

A group of young practice squad candidates remain from 2020, including Nick Thurman, Tashawn Bower, Akeem Spence, and Bill Murray. But with the reinforcements in the fold, it’ll be hard for any of them to elevate to the main roster this time around.

Projected Depth Chart: Patriots Defensive Line
Defensive End:

1. Deatrich Wise
2. Henry Anderson
3. Montravius Adams
4. Tashawn Bower
5. Nick Thurman

Defensive Tackle:

1. Lawrence Guy
2. Davon Godchaux
3. Byron Cowart
4. Christian Barmore
5. Carl Davis
6. Akeem Spence
7. Bill Murray

The Patriots are still likely to operate out of a 3-4 base, if not a 3-3-5 “Nickel” set. Either way, they’re looking at three down linemen, which explains the greater depth on the interior.

While the pass-rushing in this group will enter the season as a concern, the run defense should be vastly improved over 2020, which would make life a lot easier for the defense as a whole.