The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to terms on a contract with cornerback Terence Newman that will return the 38-year-old to the team for a third straight season, the team announced Wednesday.

Newman will turn 39 next September and is the oldest defensive player in the league.

The veteran cornerback told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Tuesday that he would only return to playing if he could sign with a team he believes has a chance to win a Super Bowl.

Newman started 10 games for the Vikings last season and appeared in 15 overall, making 38 tackles, eight pass deflections, and one interception. There’s a strong chance he will not be a starter for Minnesota next season, but can still contribute as a sub-package player with leadership experience.

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