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Vikings re-sign tackle Patrick Brown

The Vikings re-signed offensive tackle Patrick Brown to a a one year deal, according to his agent. The deal is worth a reported $540 thousand. Brown played in 15 games last season.
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The Vikings re-signed offensive tackle Patrick Brown to a a one year deal, according to his agent. The deal is worth a reported $540 thousand. Brown played in 15 games last season.

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