The team announced the deal on Wednesday, continuing an offseason filled with low-impact signings that are geared more toward adding depth than making headlines.
In his first season with the Vikings last year, Aromashodu caught 26 passes for 468 yards and three touchdowns. He signed with the Vikings after three seasons in Chicago and was one of the team's best blocking receivers.
His best game came against Denver last December, when he had six catches for 90 yards.
Aromashodu is entering his sixth season in the NFL. The Vikings are also expected to address needs at receiver in the NFL draft at the end of April.