11 Minnesota sports jerseys you shouldn't wear anymore

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This was too good to pass up, so props to our good friend Ben Holsen from the Go 96.3 morning show. Holsen listed 11 Minnesota sports jerseys that we need to stop wearing.

Get the reasons he wants you to stop wearing these jerseys on his blog, but he takes a bold aim considering he's already bored with the likes of current Minnesota players Cordarrelle Patterson and Thomas Vanek.

  1. Christian Ponder - Vikings
  2. Troy Williamson - Vikings
  3. Darko Milicic - Wolves
  4. Thomas Vanek - Wild
  5. Chuck Knoblauch - Twins
  6. Onterrio Smith - Vikings
  7. Johnny Flynn - Wolves
  8. Cordarrelle Patterson - Vikings
  9. Kevin Love - Wolves
  10. Nikola Pekovic - Wolves
  11. Tsuyoshi Nishioka - Twins

Get the reasons he wants you to stop wearing these jerseys on his blog, but he takes a bold aim considering he's already bored with the likes of current Minnesota players Cordarrelle Patterson and Thomas Vanek.

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