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Camarillo won't be back with Vikings

Vikings wide receiver Greg Camarillo was informed last week that he won't be back with the team, according to Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press. In two seasons with the Vikings, Camarillo caught 29 passes for 361 yards and one touchdown.
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Vikings wide receiver Greg Camarillo was informed last week that he won't be back with the team, according to Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press. In two seasons with the Vikings, Camarillo caught 29 passes for 361 yards and one touchdown.

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