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Ex-Viking Ben Leber retires

Former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Ben Leber announced his retirement Friday. Leber, who spent five of his ten seasons in the NFL with the Vikings, made his announcement on KFAN radio.
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Former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Ben Leber announced his retirement Friday. Leber, who spent five of his ten seasons in the NFL with the Vikings, made his announcement on KFAN radio.

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