Posted October 02, 2011 on min.scout.com
Two of the Vikings’ rookie draft picks haven’t been active for a game yet this year, but they are staying engaged, at least mentally, on the sidelines during games and scouting things during the week in preparation for Sunday. Brandon Fusco and DeMarcus Love talked about their responsibilities as they learn the pro game.
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