Found July 04, 2013 on
Purple Jesus Diaries:
If ANYONE on the Minnesota Vikings is going to wish fans a happy 4th of July, you know if was going to be Jared Allen. Here he is, posing in front of an American flag, wearing a shirt he's selling to help wounded veterans. All pretty AMERICA if you ask me.
Also, football is pretty American too, so it's just a perfect set up.
In conclusion, this is pretty much all factual, so I don't think PJD can get sued, but we'll find out.
Have a safe holiday, everyone!
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