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  • ASSOCIATED PRESS Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Pat Williams runs during football practice Thursday, Jan. 21, 2010 in Eden Prairie, Minn. The Vikings take on the New Orleans Saints in the NFL NFC championship football game on Sunday, Jan. 24 in New Orleans.

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