Vikings cut Archer

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July 2, 2010

2:23 PM

The Minnesota Vikings cut former Tribe quarterback R.J. Archer Tuesday.

Archer went undrafted in April’s NFL draft, but signed on with the Vikings as a rookie free agent.

The move leaves Minnesota with three QB’s on the active roster in Tavaris Jackson, Sage Rosenfels and Joe Webb, a sixth round pick out of Alabama.

The possible return of Brett Favre is a wild card for the team, as the 40 year old gunslinger remains quiet on his plans for the 2010 season.

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