Greenway looks to meet high expectations

Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway is hoping to make more big plays in the second half of the season. The six-year veteran leads the team in tackles and just got a $41 million contract extension this preseason.
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Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway is hoping to make more big plays in the second half of the season. The six-year veteran leads the team in tackles and just got a $41 million contract extension this preseason.

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