Video Vault: Herschel Walker's Vikings debut

On October 12, 1989, the Minnesota Vikings made one of the worst trades in pro sports history by obtaining Herschel Walker from the Dallas Cowboys. Here's a look at Walker's Vikings' debut. For the record: Minnesota won zero Super Bowls as a result of the trade. Dallas won three.
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