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Tyrell Johnson: 'I made a mistake'

Vikings safety Tryell Johnson says he made a mistake after picking up a DWI early Tuesday in Minneapolis. He tells reporters he should have called for a ride instead of driving. His blood-alcohol content was listed at 0.12.
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Vikings safety Tryell Johnson says he made a mistake after picking up a DWI early Tuesday in Minneapolis. He tells reporters he should have called for a ride instead of driving. His blood-alcohol content was listed at 0.12.

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