Hicks signs with the Vikings after spending the past three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. The eighth-year pro originally entered the NFL in 2015 with the Philadelphia Eagles after being selected in the third round (84th overall) of the NFL Draft. Hicks, who has started 51 consecutive games, the third-longest active streak among all linebackers in the NFL, was a member of the Philadelphia Eagles when they won Super Bowl LII. In his career, Hicks has played in 92 games (89 starts), totaling 638 tackles, 10.5 sacks, 11 interceptions, four forced fumbles and nine fumble recoveries. The former Longhorn, who hails from Cincinnati, Ohio, was a five-year player who appeared in 45 career games at the University of Texas.
Hicks on Playing With Kendricks: It's Special Since You Don't Always Get An Opportunity Like This
LB Jordan Hicks addressed the media from the TCO Performance Center on Wednesday.
Hicks on Putting The Pads On: It Feels Good To Effectively Do Our Jobs
LB Jordan Hicks addressed the media from the TCO Performance Center on Monday.
Film Room: How Can Jordan Hicks Compliment Eric Kendricks In The Middle of The Vikings' Defense?
Former Vikings player and coach Pete Bercich breaks down film on new Vikings LB Jordan Hicks.
Jordan Hicks Signs His Deal, Officially Becoming A Viking
Watch as LB Jordan Hicks signs his deal to officially become a Viking.