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Vikings rookie cornerback Josh Robinson has yet to play a single down in the league, but he’s wasted no time buying into the team’s bitter NFC North rivalry with the Packers.
On Sunday, the third-round pick tweeted the above photo of a note he left on a Packers fan’s truck leaving church earlier in the day. The note reads, “I’m sure this is a Packers fan and I hate the Packers!!! SKOL Vikings!” Credit to Robinson for taking the initiative to stick it to the detestable Packers so soon in his career.
It’s unclear where this all took place. The last place Robinson tweeted about being in was Mankato, Minn., where the team is holding camp. Assuming that’s where this happened, that Packers fan has some stones for supporting his team in enemy territory. Brett Favre obviously knows both sides of that.
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