The Minnesota Vikings have gone to the waiver wire and have brought back Andrew Sendejo.

Sendejo was released by the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday, November 5. He was on a one-year contract with the team and appeared in nine total games. During his time in Philadelphia, Sendejo had 28 tackles, one sack, and one interception. His one pick was against the Vikings back in Week 6.

It didn't take long for Sendejo to find a new NFL team. St. Paul Pioneer Press writer Chris Tomasson and ESPN's Courtney Cronin have confirmed that the Vikings have claimed the 11th year safety off of waivers.

Sendejo played with the Vikings from 2011-2018. His 2018 season with the Vikings ended after five games due to injury. He was placed on injured reserve and his contract option with the Vikings was declined, leaving him as a free agent last offseason.

For his career, Sendejo has totaled 399 tackles, two sacks, and seven interceptions.

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