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The Vikings in 2020: Who's back, and who's gone?

A return to the playoffs — and a wild-card win over the Saints — helped the Vikings rebound from a disappointing 2018 season and put themselves among the NFC’s final four teams in 2019. Still, change could be in the air for a team facing decisions on a number of 30-something starters while trying to regroup for back-to-back playoff appearances for the first time in Mike Zimmer’s tenure. Here is a position-by-position, player-by-player breakdown of the 2019 roster, with beat writer Ben Goessling’s early predictions for how the roster will look in 2020.

The starting QB isn’t going anywhere, not after his first playoff win, but few Vikings have more at stake in 2020 than Cousins, who will make $29.