He'll be picked up by an NFL team as a project, and developed into a weapon. He has Brandon Marshall's speed but is taller. I just hope he doesn't land in our division. AT least he's not going to be a threat this season.
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HOUSTON -- Leslie Frazier suggested on Tuesday the Minnesota Vikings might look outside the organization for help at receiver. Apparently, that process is already underway.
An NFL source confirmed on Thursday the Vikings recently worked out Chris Summers, who was waived by the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
Summers, 23, is a big body (6-foot-5, 213 pounds) and had 188 catches for 2,712 yards (14.4 average) and 26 touchdowns in four seasons at Liberty.
He broke current Vikings receiver Jerome Simpson's Big South Conference record with 1,081 receiving yards in 2010.
A Jacksonville, Fla., native, Summers went undrafted in April, then signed with the Bears shortly thereafter. He had three receptions, including gains of 28 and 24 yards, in Chicago's first two preseason games before he was cut.