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Vikings: Benny Sapp wasn't arrested

Despite earlier reports suggesting otherwise, Vikings cornerback Benny Sapp was not arrested Friday. The Vikings released a statement Friday night saying Sapp "received a citation" but wasn't arrested and fully cooperated with authorities. The Pioneer Press reports that Sapp was handcuffed after "chest bumping" a Children's Hospital security guard in a parking lot.
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Despite earlier reports suggesting otherwise, Vikings cornerback Benny Sapp was not arrested Friday. The Vikings released a statement Friday night saying Sapp "received a citation" but wasn't arrested and fully cooperated with authorities. The Pioneer Press reports that Sapp was handcuffed after "chest bumping" a Children's Hospital security guard in a parking lot.

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