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Skol, Vikings: Meet the Team That Keeps Losing Stars and Keeps Getting Scarier

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Terence Newman has a question that must be answered. At a spry 38 years young, he's the second-oldest non-kicker in the NFL. He's also a hairline connoisseur. Five years ago, the Vikings cornerback Bic'd his head for good. So after Newman shreds this visiting reporter for clinging onto loose strands—"Let it go, man! L-I-G! Let it go!"—he naturally moves on to LeBron James.
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