Hamilton Tiger-Cats receiver Bralon Addison has a work out scheduled with the Minnesota Vikings.

The 26-year-old snagged 95 balls for 1,236 yards and seven touchdowns plus 36 carries for 218 yards and one major in 2019 on the way to being named a CFL all-star.

Following nearly an entire year out of football, he put pen to paper with the Toronto Argos in 2018. Tommy Condell was the offensive coordinator under then-head coach Marc Trestman. But Addison never played a game for the double blue. Duron Carter was brought in and Addison let go to open a roster spot for the Argonauts.

Addison led the University of Oregon in receptions (63), receiving yards (804) and touchdown grabs (10) during the 2015 season when he shared the offensive huddle with current Montreal Alouettes quarterback Adams. That was Addison’s senior year in Eugene, Oregon. After going unselected in the 2016 NFL draft, Denver inked Addison as an undrafted free agent. Chicago signed Addison and he played two games, recording one catch with the Bears. During the spring of 2017, Addison was released and left the windy city.

By virtue of a strong sophomore season in the CFL, Addison is getting more NFL looks.

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