Watch Vikings UDFA Fight a Teammate in What Might be the Most Insane Locker Room Brawl Ever Recorded

Jeremy Flax - Minnesota Vikings UDFA
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The Minnesota Vikings didn’t have a lot of picks in the NFL Draft a couple weeks ago, after a few different trades landed them JJ McCarthy, Dallas Turner and ZERO day-two selections.

Needless to say, that means general manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah will have to hit on some of his day-three picks and undrafted free agent signings, if we are to consider 2024 a successful draft, especially right out of the gate.

Minnesota Vikings UDFA Jeremy Flax can brawl

One of those UDFAs, Jeremy Flax, played his college football at the University of Kentucky where he piled up over 550 snaps in 2023. For some reason, though, Flax was no longer on the team for the Wildcats’ bowl game.

Why? Well we don’t know for sure, but at the end of February, this locker room fight video surfaced. The guy landing punches and performing the jaw-breaking suplex at the end… that’s Jeremy Flax.

Who knows if Flax ends up making the Minnesota Vikings roster, or not. But no doubt, he’ll fight for a spot. That much is clear. Weird as this is to say, the shirtless guy whose face ate the locker room floor, thanks to Flax’s suplex, is the one who stuck out on film. Solid swim moves, probable d-lineman, if I had to guess.

I will say, however, that Flax’s strength and motor are impressive. Jeremy’s definitely got that dog in him. Those feet, on the other hand… not so much. Here’s the scouting report on Flax’s football skills and outlook.

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In three seasons in Lexington, Jeremy Flax played in 36 total games (23 starts), all at right tackle. He was ranked as the top JUCO offensive (No. 8 overall JUCO prospect by 247Sports). He also ranked as the No. 2 offensive tackle prospect nationally (20th overall JUCO prospect by Rivals).

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