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Geoff Schwartz (John Emms/Viking Update)

Offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz had to alter his approach from battling for a starting position to hoping for playing time. The veteran is starting to get that now and hoping to get more comfortable.

Geoff Schwartz signed a one-year contract with the Vikings for an opportunity to win the starting job at right guard. At this point, he's just happy to get some limited playing time. Schwartz was sidetracked from the starting competition after he suffered a sports hernia during training camp, likely in connection with the hip injury that sidelined him all of last season when he was with the... Recommended Stories

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