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Vikings tried to sign Pierre Garcon

Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press reports the Vikings made a strong push to sign Pierre Garcon, who ultimately signed with the Redskins for $43 million with $21.5 million guaranteed -- a price the Vikings weren't willing to match. According to Fowlers' sources, Garcon liked the idea of playing in Minnesota but the Redskins' offer was too good to pass up.
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Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press reports the Vikings made a strong push to sign Pierre Garcon, who ultimately signed with the Redskins for $43 million with $21.5 million guaranteed -- a price the Vikings weren't willing to match. According to Fowlers' sources, Garcon liked the idea of playing in Minnesota but the Redskins' offer was too good to pass up.

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