CB Terance Newman returns for 16th National Football League season, 4th with Vikings

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CB Terance Newman returns for 16th National Football League season, 4th with Vikings

Newman will now be coached by Zimmer in 10 of his 16 professional seasons, going back to his rookie year in Dallas where Zimmer served as the defensive coordinator.

- Cornerback Terance Newman is returning to the Minnesota Vikings for a fourth season - his 16th overall in the National Football League, the team announced Monday.

The team announced the move on Monday afternoon, with safety Harrison Smith noting just how valuable an asset Newman is to the team.

Waynes was selected No. 11 overall by the Vikings, a defensive-minded team with a loaded secondary. For his career, Waynes has appeared in 46 games (25 starts) and produced 145 tackles, five interceptions and 35 passes defensed. He recorded two interceptions, 65 total tackles one sack, and 11 passes defended last season. Newman has played the last three years with the Vikings. The Vikings then made a pair of trades with the New York Jets, adding tight end Tyler Conklin from Central Michigan and the first kicker taken in the draft in Auburn's Daniel Carlson.

The Vikings exercised the fifth-year contract option on Waynes on Monday, too, while signing 17 undrafted free agents, including South Dakota State wide receiver Jake Wieneke, a Minnesota native.

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