Mularkey says Vikings underachieved in 1980s

One interesting story line heading into the Sunday's season opener between the Vikings and Jaguars is that Jacksonville head coach Mike Mularkey was a tight end for the Vikings from 1983-1988. Mularkey says locker room problems prevented Minnesota from behind as good as they should have been.
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