• Vikings: Chris Kluwe era probably over

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Apr 28, 2013
    “I have no issues with [Kluwe]. Could that possibly mean the end of Chris Kluwe in Minnesota? Asked if he thinks the Vikings made this move because he talks to much and draws too much attention to himself, Kluwe said, "I have no idea. The Vikings added competition for punter Chris Kluwe in Round Five, selecting UCLA’s Jeff Locke with the No. 155 pick. Kluwe has repeatedly spoken out on the topic, and he has addressed on multiple occasions the question of whether the NFL is ready for an openly gay player. If the Vikings end up cutting me, I’ll find a job somewhere else.” The Vikings used their fifth-round pick to select UCLA punter Jeff Locke.
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