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Javs' WR Lincoln signs with Vikings

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KINGSVILLE (Kiii Sports) - The Texas A&M-Kingsville Javelinas sent their second player to NFL camp this offseason when wide receiver Ryan Lincoln agreed to a deal with the Minnesota Vikings.

Lincoln had originally agreed to a deal with the New York Giants before changing course and heading to Minnesota. Lincoln told the Javelinas' athletic department the Vikings have promised him he would be with the team throughout the entire training camp.

Lincoln left as A&M-Kingsville's all-time leader in receptions with 210 and second in receiving yards with 2,926. Lincoln's teammate Tressor Baptiste agreed to a deal with the division rival Bears this past Sunday.

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