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Watch: Mike Zimmer steals the show in an NFL commercial

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With the NFL season right around the corner and preseason games getting underway, the NFL released a commercial featuring players, teams, and analysts singing, "Home Sweet Home" by Mötley Crüe.

The video also features construction workers from U.S. Bank Stadium but the highlight of the commercial is when Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer pops on the screen.

Note: The video is already fast-forwarded but if you'd like to start the video from start to finish, go for it.

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