Jared Allen explains why he punched Ray Edwards in swimsuit area

Vikings defensive end Jared Allen admits he smacked the Falcons' Ray Edwards in the privates a few weeks ago when Minnesota met Atlanta. But according to Allen, Edwards had fair warning...
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Vikings defensive end Jared Allen admits he smacked the Falcons' Ray Edwards in the privates a few weeks ago when Minnesota met Atlanta. But according to Allen, Edwards had fair warning...

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