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A Break In The Combine Coverage For An Inside Look At NFLN With PA

Posted by Mike Wobschall on February 25, 2010 – 3:27 pm

We’ve been covering the NFL Scouting Combine non-stop for the past couple days, but I want to take just a quick break to point out something that will capture your interest.

As we mentioned and showed on vikings.com earlier this week, our buddy and Vikings Radio Network play-by-play extraordinaire Paul Allen was in Los Angeles doing a spot on NFL Network’s Total Access. As you’ll see if you click on the link in the last sentence, PA did a great job talking Vikings with the NFLN crew.

But PA also did a great job of capturing behind the scenes footage with his flipcam and he also posted it on his KFAN.com showpage. You can watch the bit by clicking here. I guarantee you’ll enjoy it.


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6 Responses to “A Break In The Combine Coverage For An Inside Look At NFLN With PA”

  1. By paul on Feb 25, 2010 | Reply

    When is he going to apologize to Favre?

  2. By TW VIKE on Feb 25, 2010 | Reply

    paul- That is a good question.

  3. By fmfan on Feb 26, 2010 | Reply

    maybe he will after Favre apologizes to all the Viking fans !!!

  4. By kevin tyler on Feb 26, 2010 | Reply

    paul it was a treat watching you on nfl show. . you did a fantastic job.10 out of 10 stars. thanks for the behind the scenes video. great idea.a treasure. us rubs never get to see that part.u made us feel part of it. u do a great radio show. and u r the best play by play guy in all of football.better than aikman, or joe buck.one of major net works should hire you. u have big things ahead of you. thanks again. a fantastic job.

  5. By kevin from st.paul on Feb 26, 2010 | Reply

    Paul Allen . you did a fantastic job on nfl live. thanks for the behind the scenes video. made us feel part of it. u do a great radio show. and you are the best play by play guy in all of football. . thanks again.for the fantastic job.

  6. By TW VIKE on Feb 26, 2010 | Reply

    Apologize for a 12-4 season & taking us to the NFC championship game? I dont think so !

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