Birk ready for AFC Championship Game

Ex-Vikings offensive lineman Matt Birk is back where's he's been before -- the conference championship game. Birk left the Vikings three years ago and is now anchoring Baltimore's offensive line, and he's ready to make the jump to the Super Bowl.
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Ex-Vikings offensive lineman Matt Birk is back where's he's been before -- the conference championship game. Birk left the Vikings three years ago and is now anchoring Baltimore's offensive line, and he's ready to make the jump to the Super Bowl.

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