EAGAN, Minn. — The Vikings on Thursday announced the signing of safety Jake Gervase.
Gervase joins the Vikings after playing 19 regular-season games over the past four seasons with the Rams. He also played in all four playoff games on the way to Los Angeles winning Super Bowl LVI.
In order to make room for Gervase on the roster, the Vikings terminated the contract of receiver N'Keal Harry.
Originally an undrafted free agent out of Iowa, Gervase played 304 snaps on special teams for the Rams in 2022. He overlapped with Vikings Special Teams Coordinator in Los Angeles in 2019 and with Vikings Head Coach Kevin O'Connell from 2020-21.
In 2018, Gervase led the Hawkeyes with 89 tackles, including 49 solo stops and tied for second in the Big Ten and 16th nationally with four interceptions.
A native of Davenport, Iowa, Gervase totaled 153 tackles, four tackles for loss, 20 passes defensed and seven interceptions for the Hawkeyes.