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Brian Robison doesn't care what Bryant McKinnie thinks

Former Vikings left tackle Bryant McKinnie suggested via Twitter on Sunday that Minnesota misses Pat Williams on the defensive line. When asked about that Thursday, Brian Robison said he trusts the guys in Williams' place and doesn't care what McKinnie thinks.
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Former Vikings left tackle Bryant McKinnie suggested via Twitter on Sunday that Minnesota misses Pat Williams on the defensive line. When asked about that Thursday, Brian Robison said he trusts the guys in Williams' place and doesn't care what McKinnie thinks.

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