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Jared Allen doesn't want to drown himself in a Detroit river

Jared Allen says he was only kidding last week when he said he would drown himself in a river if he had to live in Detroit. Despite finishing the game with three sacks, Allen was jeered at throughout the Vikings' loss to the Lions. Allen made the comment on his KFAN radio show.
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Jared Allen says he was only kidding last week when he said he would drown himself in a river if he had to live in Detroit. Despite finishing the game with three sacks, Allen was jeered at throughout the Vikings' loss to the Lions. Allen made the comment on his KFAN radio show.

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