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Vikings' secondary late to the 'Harlem Shake' party

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Apparently members of the Minnesota Vikings' secondary couldn't resist getting into the Harlem Shake craze, creating their own video of the dance that had become an internet sensation a few months ago.

Of course, Minnesota's outspoken safety Jamarca Sanford is leading the way in this video, which appears to include safeties Harrison Smith, Andrew Sendejo and Mistral Raymond, cornerback Bobby Felder and even defensive tackle Fred Evans.

With much of the team in town for voluntary workouts and organized team activities beginning next week, the Vikings are apparently already doing organized team activities.

The song was created by Baauer and has become an internet meme with sports teams, members of the military and many others doing their own crazy versions of the dance.


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