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Recently released Raider drawing interest from Vikings

Recently released Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt is drawing interest from the Minnesota Vikings, according to ESPN Dallas. Routt allowed eight receiving touchdowns in 2011 and committed a league high 17 pass interference penalties.
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Recently released Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt is drawing interest from the Minnesota Vikings, according to ESPN Dallas. Routt allowed eight receiving touchdowns in 2011 and committed a league high 17 pass interference penalties.

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