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Fred Zamberletti won't be at Vikings game for first time in 51-years

He's the iron man of NFL team doctors -- or any employee for that matter. Fred Zamberletti has attended every Vikings game in franchise history, but his streak of 1,049 straight games will come to end this week. The 79-year old hasn't felt well recently and didn't make the trip to Washington, according to a team source.
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He's the iron man of NFL team doctors -- or any employee for that matter. Fred Zamberletti has attended every Vikings game in franchise history, but his streak of 1,049 straight games will come to end this week. The 79-year old hasn't felt well recently and didn't make the trip to Washington, according to a team source.

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