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Draft Scout Antone Exum News
11/08/17 - DB Antone Exum Jr. was added to the 49ers' 53-man roster Tuesday. The former sixth-round pick out of Virginia Tech made two starts in three seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. He was waived by the Vikings in September.
11/07/17 - DB Antone Exum Jr. has signed a one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers, the team announced Tuesday. Exum Jr. was originally drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the sixth round (182nd overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft. In three years with the Vikings (2014-16), he appeared in 27 games (two starts) and registered 18 tackles, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble along with 13 tackles on special teams. After spending the entire 2016 season on injured reserve, he was waived by Minnesota on September 16.
09/16/17 - The Minnesota Vikings waived safety Antone Exum Jr. on Saturday to make room on the roster quarterback Kyle Sloter, who was promoted from the practice squad.
08/20/17 - SS Antone Exum Jr., a four-year veteran drafted in the sixth round in 2014, appears to be running out of opportunities. With Andrew Sendejo missing the game because of an undisclosed injury, Exum got the start alongside Harrison Smith. At multiple points in Exum's first two seasons, the Vikings had very high hopes that he would seize the starting job from Sendejo and then-Viking Robert Blanton. Exum is physically superior to both of them, but showed again Friday night at Seattle that he's lacking in instincts and reaction time. He leaves holes in zone coverages and then takes bad angles when trying to close those holes.
12/08/15 - S Antone Exum was placed on injured reserve by the Vikings on Tuesday (Dec. 8). Exum made the first two starts of his career the past two weeks. He started at free safety for Harrison Smith against Atlanta and then at strong safety for Andrew Sendejo against Seattle. Exum broke a rib and suffered a strained AC shoulder joint against Seattle.