The Minnesota Vikings rounded out their 10-man practice squad Monday by signing former Concordia-St. Paul star Zach Moore.

Moore was selected in the sixth round of the 2014 NFL Draft by New England. He played in eight games for the Patriots last season with one start, compiling three tackles. .5 sacks, a forced fumbled and a fumble recovery. The Patriot cuts Moore was when they reduced their roster to 53.

Moore, the first player from Concordia to be drafted, had 45 tackles for loss, 33 sacks and six forced fumbles in 39 collegiate games.

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