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Hutchinson, Allen suffer concussions

Vikings left guard Steve Hutchinson suffered a concussion during Sunday's loss to New Orleans. He left the game in the third quarter with a cut on his lip that required stitches. Today, Leslie Frazier said Hutchinson cannot practice or play until he passes the league's mandatory concussion protocol. Cornerback Asher Allen also suffered a concussion.
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Vikings left guard Steve Hutchinson suffered a concussion during Sunday's loss to New Orleans. He left the game in the third quarter with a cut on his lip that required stitches. Today, Leslie Frazier said Hutchinson cannot practice or play until he passes the league's mandatory concussion protocol. Cornerback Asher Allen also suffered a concussion.

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