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Fire the uniform guy! Vikings' Everson Griffen wears misspelled jersey

NFL fans outside of Minnesota are just starting to know Everson Griffen’s name as a terrific, young defender. But apparently he needs to make his name better known even close to home — such as inside his own locker room. Check out the spelling on the back of his jersey for the first half of the game against the Houston Texans: #CmonMan Everson Griffen's name is misspelled on his jersey.
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