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Rookie mini-camp begins at Winter Park

The Vikings are back in action with rookie mini-camp at Winter Park. Coaches are finally able to go one-on-one with the players they coveted throughout the draft. It's also a great opportunity for undrafted rookies and camp invitees to make a name for themselves.
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