EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — The Vikings announced Monday that they have re-signed fullback Zach Line.
Hours after returning to Winter Park for voluntary offseason workouts, Line said he couldn't be happier to be back in purple and gold.
"I didn't want to go anywhere else," Line said. "I'm happy to be back, and it's a blessing to get one more year in this league."
The 25-year-old Line, who is entering his fourth season with the Vikings, tallied three total touchdowns last season.
He had six carries for 10 yards and two scores while adding nine catches for 65 yards and another touchdown.
Line also helped pave the way for running back Adrian Peterson, who led the league with 1,485 yards and was tied for the most rushing touchdowns with 11.
Monday marked the first day of Minnesota's nine-week voluntary offseason program.
"It's fun to get back in here and grind with the guys and get ready for another good season," Line said.