Vikings Will Have 18th Overall Pick in 2019 NFL Draft 


MINNEAPOLIS — The Vikings hold the 18th pick first round of the 2019 NFL Draft after losing to the Bears on Sunday in the regular-season finale.

Minnesota, which did not qualify for the playoffs, finished the 2018 season with an 8-7-1 record.

The Vikings are scheduled to have one selection in the second, third, fourth and sixth rounds.

Minnesota could also receive compensatory picks leading up to the draft. 

Below are the Vikings draft picks:

First-round pick (No. 18)

Second-round pick

Third-round pick

Fourth-round pick

Sixth-round pick

The Vikings fifth-round pick was traded to the Denver Broncos in a trade for quarterback Trevor Siemian and the seventh-round pick was traded to the New York Giants this season in a trade for offensive lineman Brett Jones.

The first round of the draft is set for April 25 in Nashville.