I'm not sure what it means, if anything, but the Minnesota Vikings have produced a unique draft quirk as we approach the final few rounds of the NFC North draft.
To this point, they have drafted three sets of college teammates among their first seven picks. Here's the rundown:
The Notre Dame connection is especially notable when you consider the Vikings already have three former Irish players on their roster: Tight ends Kyle Rudolph and John Carlson, along with center John Sullivan.
Tweeted quarterback Christian Ponder: "I'm going to have to figure out how to deal with all of these golden domers."