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Shiancoe: 'Some guys hung it up'

Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe isn't happy with some of his teammates. Shiancoe says "some guys hung it up" after the Vikings fell behind the Saints during Sunday's game. He didn't name names, but said it was a "small handful" of guys and he plans on addressing the issue with each player personally.
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Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe isn't happy with some of his teammates. Shiancoe says "some guys hung it up" after the Vikings fell behind the Saints during Sunday's game. He didn't name names, but said it was a "small handful" of guys and he plans on addressing the issue with each player personally.

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