The Minnesota Vikings have been busy getting full team work in during Organized Team Activities (OTAs) throughout the last few weeks as they continue to build toward what they hope is a bigger and better 2018 season than where they left things off. These practices do not make or break the team and things are still a work in progress, especially with an offseason facelift on offense, but the early returns have mostly been positive.

Even with the team there to shake the rust off and build a rapport for the upcoming season, there have still been some notable developments and Vikings that have quickly established themselves as players to watch this upcoming season. Kirk Cousins has been getting his feet wet as the team's new franchise quarterback and several of the weapons around him are vying to be his go-to guy, while on the other side of the football, it appears that the secondary could be as deep as it ever has with some nice competition at some key spots on the depth chart.

Vikings OTAs started two weeks ago and Tuesday's open media session was the eighth of ten practices over a three week period. This week's session runs through Thursday, which wraps up the 2018 slate of OTA practices. These workouts are currently voluntary with mandatory practices coming on June 12-14 before wrapping up the offseason program. Training camp is scheduled for mid-July with the first preseason game scheduled for Aug. 11 against former quarterback Case Keenum and the Denver Broncos.

Here is a look at the Vikings players that have done their part in turning heads and raising eyebrows during the three weeks of OTAs from the new TCO Performance Center in Eagan, Minnesota.