Posted December 22, 2011 on min.scout.com
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Chris Kluwe continues to wait for a charity payment from Donovan McNabb three weeks after the veteran quarterback’s release. The deal was part of the agreement for Kluwe to give up his number 5 jersey to McNabb. Plus, Leslie Frazier talked about the toll the season has taken on him and coordinators discussed several different players.
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