Kluwe's struggles prompt Vikings to bring in punter for a workout

Chris Kluwe ranks 26th in the league with a gross average of 43.8 yards per punt season, and according to a Fox Sports report the Vikings brought in former Colts punter Brian Stahovich for a workout on Tuesday. No word from Winter Park whether the team is seriously interested in replacing Kluwe, or simply trying to send a message.
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Chris Kluwe ranks 26th in the league with a gross average of 43.8 yards per punt season, and according to a Fox Sports report the Vikings brought in former Colts punter Brian Stahovich for a workout on Tuesday. No word from Winter Park whether the team is seriously interested in replacing Kluwe, or simply trying to send a message.

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