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    nfl europe

    i've watched a few nfl europe games and noticed that about half the players are signed with nfl teams.i haven't seen ANY players with the vikings?do the vikings have any players in nfl europe?
    who picked the colors of piss and puke for thier team colors?.....ok i ll give ya one guess

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    Re: nfl europe

    I'm pretty sure they do, but I don't know who they are off-hand...
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    Re: nfl europe

    They have people over there most of them are injured.

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    Re: nfl europe

    did they send Lesnar there?

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    ukeright: Dorsche is there.

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    Re: nfl europe

    The Vikings allocated seven players to NFLE -- quarterback Jason Fife, WR Aaron Hosack, offensive linemen Brandon Newton and Shannon Snell, tight end T.J. Cottrell, punter Travis Dorsch and kicker Dan Orner.

    I do know Dorsch is with the lowly Rhein Fire...plenty of punting going on there. Fife is also with the Fire. Newton is with the Hamburg Sea Devils. Hosack and Cottrell are with the Frankfurt Galaxy. And Snell is with the Berlin Thunder. But I don't think Orner was picked up by anyone.

    Regarding Lesnar, when the Vikings released him last summer, the plan was to re-sign him and send him to NFL Europe. But, according to VU, there has been no contact between the Vikings and Lesnar since the season ended.
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    Re: nfl europe

    For those who care.

    Dorsch stats.

    T.Dorsch, Rhe (MIN)
    522 yds.
    53 long
    40.2 avg.
    0 TB
    1 Blk
    7 Rtn.
    72 Yds.
    1 In 20 yd. Line
    32.1 Net Avg.
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    Re: nfl europe

    They need to allocate Adam Goldberg's AZZ to nfl Europe and teach him to stop false starting.

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    Re: nfl europe

    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    They need to allocate Adam Goldberg's AZZ to nfl Europe and teach him to stop false starting.
    I know, right. But how is Hosack doing in NFLE? Is their a site that has stats for the players from the vikings?


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