Our long, national nightmare is over. And by nightmare I mean "holdout" and by national I mean "Duval County." The Jaguars have agreed to trade holdout franchise-tagged defensive end Yannick Ngakoue to Minnesota for a second-round pick and a conditional pick that will end up somewhere between the third and fifth rounds. Amazingly, Ngakoue is taking a pay cut to make this work, dropping his salary from the franchise tender of $17.8 million to something around $13 million. That's how badly he wanted out of Jacksonville. Now the Vikings will work on a new contract for him.
So much for the big breakout from the No. 1 name on our Top Prospects 2020 list, Ifeadi Odenigbo.