Hank Fraley Named As Minnesota Vikings Offensive Line Coach

Hank Fraley the former NFL offensive lineman has joined the Minnesota Vikings’ coaching staff. The Vikings announced the hiring of former Eagles, Browns and Rams center Fraley as assistant offensive line coach on Monday.

May 29, 2013; Eden Prairie, MN, USA; Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder (7) lines up behind offensive lineman Brandon Fusco (63) in drills at organized team activities at Winter Park. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports

This will be Fraley’s second season of coaching, he spent one year at San Jose State University and one at the University of San Diego. He was offensive line coach at San Jose State in 2013. Fraley is set to work in tandem with Vikings offensive line coach Jeff Davidson. Davison coached Fraley when he was with the Browns.

Fraley played 11 NFL seasons and started 123 games. He had stints with the Eagles (2000-2005), Browns (2006-2009) and Rams (2010).

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