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CB Bashaud Breeland waived by Minnesota Vikings after verbal altercation at practice, source says

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EAGAN, Minn. – The Minnesota Vikings waived cornerback Bashaud Breeland on Saturday afternoon, the team announced. Aside from Patrick Peterson – Minnesota’s other starting outside corner – and slot corner Mackensie Alexander, the Vikings’ depth chart features Cameron Dantzler, Kris Boyd and Harrison Hand.

Breeland had several other missteps off the field during his time in Minnesota. After the Vikings beat Detroit at home in Week 5, the cornerback took to Twitter to express displeasure with his critics in a tweet he deleted shortly thereafter. According to the civil suit, Breeland’s neighboring tenants claimed that the apartment company management “Refused to ‘disrupt’ defendant solely due to the fact he is a Minnesota Vikings football player.”

Breeland was drafted in the fourth round in 2014 by Washington and spent his first four seasons with the Washington Football Team.

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