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    Viking kicker options

    If we do not get "The Nug" instead of resigning Morten can't we call up Fuad, Chuck Nelson, or Donald Igwibwickwe and have another Tice kicking camp to decide who are kickeris? lol
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    Re: Viking kicker options

    Don't forget Jan Stenerud. And hell..while we're at it, we need a better punter right? We could even call up Greg Coleman, Bucky Scribner or pro-bowler Mitch Berger. Oh wait, Tice let Mitch go a few years back and he's currently signed with the Saints...damn.
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    We could trade for Berger and pay him for punting with Snickers bars!
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    kramer9guy: The greatest ever though is when we used to go to SF and Berger always drilled those 17 yard punts off the side of his foot. lol
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    I really liked Berger. When he left Minnesota after Tice took the reigns from Denny, Mitch called Tice a "meathead" or something like that...funny. But then again...I kinda like ol' meathead Tice...
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    Tice just looks the part of a meathead.
    When the Vikes got ready to play the Saints PA and Dubay talked to Berger and asked him about his recruiting trip to Colorado and were asking him questions about escorts and parites while he was there. It was the funniest thing ever!
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    kramer9guy: Cool part about Tommy was about 7 years ago he was in a bar in my home town after hunting pheasants and he and his bubbys were so drunk, he even autographed a bra for a lady in the bar so I heard but my uncle did get his autograph for me on a bar napkin
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    Re: Viking kicker options

    Funny stuff...Kramer was always a championship drinker. Not really breaking news there. But man...you ever see his daughter? H O T ! ! !


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    I'd really like to meet the guy someday...maybe in a tavern...Cheers!
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    All I can say is I would love to call Tommy my father-in-law. Where is he living now, do you know?
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    "DarrinNelsonguy" wrote:
    All I can say is I would love to call Tommy my father-in-law. Where is he living now, do you know?
    I think he's still in San Antonio. And I also heard he's buddies with Red McCombs since they are both from the same place and have Vike connections.
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