After 13-years with the Vikings, Jim Kleinsasser finally gets the spotlight - Bring Me The News

After 13-years with the Vikings, Jim Kleinsasser finally gets the spotlight

It's not often that a 13-year NFL veteran with six career touchdowns has the spotlight on him, but that's exactly what Jim Kleinsasser will have in his final NFL game this Sunday. Kleinsasser says he's sure he will get emotional on the field at some point, and that leaving the locker room for the last time will be "tough." However, the 34-year old is glad he's "walking away" with his head and legs intact.
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It's not often that a 13-year NFL veteran with six career touchdowns has the spotlight on him, but that's exactly what Jim Kleinsasser will have in his final NFL game this Sunday. Kleinsasser says he's sure he will get emotional on the field at some point, and that leaving the locker room for the last time will be "tough." However, the 34-year old is glad he's "walking away" with his head and legs intact.

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