EAGAN, Minn. — The Vikings on Wednesday announced the team has terminated the contract of right guard Josh Kline.
Kline played in 13 regular-season games plus a pair of playoff contests for the Vikings in 2019. He played 734 offensive snaps in the regular season (71.7 percent of total offensive snaps), and missed three games due to injuries.
When Minnesota signed Kline as a free agent in March of 2019, he brought a streak of 46 consecutive starts. He started the first three games in 2019 before sitting out of a Week 4 contest against the Bears with an injury.
Kline spent the previous three seasons with the Titans, and he was with the Patriots for the first three seasons of his career.
The 30-year-old has played in 92 career games with 77 starts.