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Berger went from no football to the NFL

Vikings offensive lineman Joe Berger never thought he would play in the NFL. He didn't even think he would play football again after Michigan Tech's football program was deleted during his sophomore year in 2003. Now he's starting in the NFL.
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Vikings offensive lineman Joe Berger never thought he would play in the NFL. He didn't even think he would play football again after Michigan Tech's football program was deleted during his sophomore year in 2003. Now he's starting in the NFL.

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