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Sports MN Quiz: Who is the Vikings' career sack leader?

Jared Allen has the single-season record for sacks as a Viking, but who holds the Vikings' career sack title? For the answer, click on the headline above.
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Carl Eller recorded 130 sacks in his career with the Vikings. Next on the list is Jim Marshall with 127.

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