Vikings sign young WR on reserve/future contracts.

The Vikings have signed wide receiver Daylen Baldwin to a reserve/future deal, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

Baldwin, 24, attended FCS institutions Morgan State and Jackson State before finishing his career at Michigan.

In six games for Jackson State in the spring of 2021, he led the SWAC with a 27/540/7 line. He caught 17 receptions for 256 yards and two scores while a Wolverine.

After being undrafted in 2022, Baldwin attended the Giants' rookie minicamp before signing with the Browns. 

He spent a year with Cleveland, primarily on the practice squad. He played one regular-season game as a rookie, catching two catches for 25 yards against the Ravens in Week 15. 

He was waived before the 2023 season. Baldwin is a larger receiver (6'2", 218 pounds), with a powerful upper body and above-average leaping ability. 

 His 4.3 Relative Athletic Score was hampered by low grades for speed (4.71 40) and agility.

Baldwin joins wide receivers Trishton Jackson, N'Keal Harry, and Thayer Thomas in signing futures contracts with the Vikings this offseason.

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