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angry birds friends cracked apk Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace (17) loses his helmet following an Oct. 17 hit from Minnesota Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo at U.S. Bank Stadium. Brace Hemmelgarn / USA TODAY Sports

keygen battlefield 4 no survey EAGAN, Minn.—Minnesota Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo made it clear during a walkthrough Friday morning where he stands on the NFL's controversial new helmet rule.

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