Jared Allen engages in some harmless sideline hazing, makes rookie sing during game [VIDEO]
Jared Allen: Rough on quarterbacks, gentle on rookies.
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Some forms of hazing are really bad, but others actually sound pretty good.
During the Vikings' preseason game against the San Diego Charges on Friday night, star defensive end Jaren Allen engaged in a little bit of the latter, making rookie center Quentin Saulsberry belt out a tune during a break in the action.
Here's the footage (hat-tip: ESPN 104.5):
Not bad, right? Unfortunately, that was probably the most entertaining thing that happened during the Vikings' 12-10 loss.
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