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With Free Agency Looming, Allen Aims High



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MANKATO, MN --  Well at Vikings training camp, Jared Allen's setting some lofty goals for his sixth season with the Purple and Gold.

Allen says he thinks he can take down Michael Strahan's single season quarterback sack record of 22.5.  Jared fell just short of the record in 2011 with 22 sacks and had 12 last season.

Some of the record talk might have to do with the fact Allen will be a free agent after the season.  Jared's not getting any younger either.  He's 31 and had knee surgery after the pro bowl, but says he's feeling better than ever.


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