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Crookston Daily Times

Former Minnesota Viking Tommy Kramer makes appearance in Crookston

Former Minnesota Viking Tommy Kramer, right, made a scheduled appearance at IC Muggs June 24 to sign autographs and take photos with fans including Crookston Times Sports Editor Natalie Dillon, who is shown on the left. Kramer played for the Vikings from 1977- 1989 with career highlights in 1986 when he was named the National Football League’s (NFL) Comeback Player of the Year, played in the Pro Bowl and was a NFL passer rating leader. Kramer also made an appearance at the Crookston Eagles Club June 24 where country music singer Dariann Leigh was hosting a concert fundraiser for Crookston Ox Cart Days. (Submitted photo)
CROOKSTON, MN
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Tommy Kramer shows his undying hatred of the Green Bay Packers

(UNDATED) -- Tommy Kramer still “hates” the Green Bay Packers. Yahoo Sports reports that the long-retired Minnesota Vikings quarterback has installed a urinal in his home, painted the same bright yellow used by the Packers, with the green and white “G” logo included. Above the urinal -- a large photograph of Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr walking away after sacking Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers during a game in 2017. Kramer played 13 seasons for the Vikings, from 1977 to 1989.
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Pioneer Press

Vikings could use a little Two-Minute Tommy Kramer magic right about now

After the Vikings lost to the Cincinnati Bengals in the season opener, Tommy Kramer tweeted, “No leadership on this team.”. Then the former Vikings quarterback known as Two-Minute Tommy for his ability to lead rallies at the end of first halves and games, weighed in on Greg Joseph’s missed attempt at a game-winning field goal in Arizona with this tweet, “(Rick) Danmeier had just missed a extra point after already missing 2 FGs, I let him have it on the sideline, it brought him to tears. I’m not saying I’m right, but sometimes you need to get in your teammates faces.”
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