Minnesota Vikings Cut Backup QB Kyle Sloter After Paying Him Over $50K For Just Six Days Of Work

The Minnesota Vikings resigned quarterback Kyle Sloter last week after their starter Kirk Cousins tested positive for COVID-19.

The reining was short-lived, but at least Sloter made himself some nice money during that time.

After signing Sloter on December 28, 2021, the Vikings released the fourth-year quarterback on Monday, despite him never seeing the field in a 37-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. He was inactive on Sunday night.

For his six days of work, the 27-year-old received one game check worth $51,111.


I’m telling you, folks.. raise your sons to be a quarterback.