Posted December 30, 2011 on min.scout.com
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Punter Chris Kluwe talked to former Vikings QB Donovan McNabb and said he plans to pay the $5,000 charitable donation he agreed to during the preseason. Plus, Adrian Peterson has his surgery, Redskins safety Reed Doughty was fined and more.
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