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Everett Lindsay to coach Minnesota's lingerie football team

Former Minnesota Vikings offensive lineman Everett Lindsay is the new head coach of Minnesota's lingerie football team. The Valkryie are already off to a 1-0 start, and they beat a team from Green Bay.
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Former Minnesota Vikings offensive lineman Everett Lindsay is the new head coach of Minnesota's lingerie football team. The Valkryie are already off to a 1-0 start, and they beat a team from Green Bay.

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