The Vikings spent most of Thursday's session in a game-like situation as the first-team offense went against the first-team defense before the second and third units on both sides of the ball rotated in.
The defenses had their way most of the day as they forced punts on most drives, with a few big plays sprinkled in.
Rookie cornerback Mike Hughes corralled a tipped pass for an interception and a big return. Hughes added an impressive pass breakup along the sideline. Linebacker Anthony Barr had a pass breakup and was quick to react on a screen pass.
The biggest offensive play of the day - and the only touchdown scored - came when quarterback Trevor Siemian found wide receiver Tavarres King for a 30-plus yard score down the right sideline that drew a big reaction from Minnesota's offensive players.
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