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C.J. Ham agrees to two-year contract extension with Vikings

Mike Florio and Chris Simms look at Dalvin Cook's uncertain future with the Vikings and assess how it's harder for teams to justify paying RBs big money when cheaper options come out of the draft.

The Vikings have agreed to a two-year contract extension with fullback C.J. Ham, his representation, Team IFA, announced.

Ham was entering a contract year, due $2.95 million in base salary and set to count $3.8 million against the cap. The Vikings likely picked up cap space for 2023 with the extension.

He caught 10 passes for 86 yards last season, adding 7 yards on four carries. Ham picked up nine first downs on his 14 touches.

He ranked fourth on the Vikings in special teams snaps in 2022, playing a career-high 324. Ham played only 169 on offense, the second-lowest number in his career.

Ham has spent all six of his NFL seasons in Minnesota, with one Pro Bowl appearance.