Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brad Sorensen (4) runs from Los Angeles Rams inside linebacker Josh Forrest. With fullback Tre Madden landing on IR, Forrest, a second-year linebacker, was promoted to the active roster this week.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brad Sorensen (4) runs from Los Angeles Rams inside linebacker Josh Forrest. With fullback Tre Madden landing on IR, Forrest, a second-year linebacker, was promoted to the active roster this week. Andy Clayton-King AP file, 2016
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brad Sorensen (4) runs from Los Angeles Rams inside linebacker Josh Forrest. With fullback Tre Madden landing on IR, Forrest, a second-year linebacker, was promoted to the active roster this week. Andy Clayton-King AP file, 2016
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