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      EAGAN Customized Jacksonville Jaguars Jerseys , Minn. (AP) — The fan base for the Vikings stretches well beyond Minnesota, with strongholds in North Dakota, South Dakota and parts of Iowa.
      It crosses the Canadian border, too. Just ask Brett Jones.
      Acquired in a trade with the New York Giants to help shore up a shaky interior of the offensive line, Jones joined the Vikings for practice on Monday after his completed physical exam consummated the deal. He smiled as he spoke afterward about the whirlwind he’d experienced as the final week of the preseason began, when the Giants pulled him off the field during drills on Sunday. Then the Vikings called him to arrange his travel.
      “I was pretty surprised,” Jones said, “and excited at the same time.”
      As a youth on the Saskatchewan prairie, Jones rooted for the Vikings long before playing for them became a reality.
      “There’s a lot of purple up there,” he said. “Growing up, this was probably the closest stadium we could get to.”
      As an 18-year-old, Jones even bought a Phil Loadholt jersey to wear his devotion after the Vikings drafted him in the second round out of Oklahoma in 2009. He traveled south to watch a game that season against the Cincinnati Bengals at the now-demolished Metrodome.
      “I just liked offensive linemen, and I didn’t think anybody else would have that jersey so I picked that one,” Jones said.
      After attending Regina University, Jones was the CFL’s Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman award winner in 2014, his second year with the Calgary Stampeders.
      The Giants signed him in 2015, and he made his first NFL start at left guard in 2016. The 6-foot-2 LeSean McCoy Jersey , 312-pound Jones started 13 games last season at center, but he fell behind Jon Halapio on the depth chart in training camp this summer and carried a $2.914 million salary the tight-against-the-cap Giants had to shed.
      The Vikings have scouted the CFL thoroughly over the past few years. Wide receiver Brandon Zylstra is a fellow CFL alum in training camp.
      “It was a unique path. It was the only option I had,” Jones said. “Coming out of college I was short, and I’m still short today, so it was tough for me. I had to prove that I could play by playing in the CFL, and then when I got to the NFL I had to prove I belong here. I’ve just been doing that each and every day.”
      With center Pat Elflein still not back at practice following offseason ankle and shoulder surgeries and left guard Nick Easton likely out for the year with a neck injury, Jones was a welcomed addition. Joe Berger retired after starting at right guard last season.
      “On tape he’s pretty good. He’s stout, strong, really gritty, good in pass protection, solid on the double teams,” coach Mike Zimmer said.
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      receiver Antonio Callaway has been warned by the Browns to run straight routes
      off the field.
      Callaway, who came to Cleveland with a troubled background, was cited last week for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license.
      The fourth-round pick didn't inform the team for several days, but in a meeting shown on HBO's "Hard Knocks" on Tuesday night, both coach Hue Jackson and general manager John Dorsey told Callaway they were disappointed in him and cautioned him to change his behavior.
      After Callaway explained details of the traffic stop, Jackson told the 21-year-old that things have to change.
      "Now listen Youth San Francisco 49ers Jerseys , you've got talent but talent ain't everything I'm looking for," Jackson said. "I want you to become a man here, and responsible and accountable to John and me, this organization and your teammates 鈥?or else I wouldn't keep you on this team. I'm just being very honest with you. If (stuff) comes up, you have my number and you got John's number. You call us ASAP. That's what I expect from you from here on in."
      Callaway was suspended last season at Florida following his involvement in a credit card fraud scheme. He had other transgressions in college and he fell in the NFL draft after providing a diluted urine sample at the combine.
      The Browns took a chance selecting him and their gamble appeared doomed when Callaway got into trouble on a recent off day from training camp. However, Jackson said he believed Callaway's account of his traffic stop and he told Cleveland's players that he intends to support him.
      During the "Hard Knocks" episode, Jackson brings Callaway to the front of the room to apologize to his teammates.
      "It won't happen no more," he said.
      Dorsey explained to Callaway that he's going to be under more scrutiny as a professional athlete.
      "This isn't college football," Dorsey told Callaway at the meeting with Jackson. "This is the National Football League and just to put it out there plainly, you are under the microscope. They want to see you (mess) up. You know what, but you gotta prove to them, you know what? I'm a man. I've learned from my past. I've learned from my mistakes and we are moving forward."
      The Browns punished Callaway by making him play in every snap of last week's game against the New York Giants. He flashed some of his skills with a touchdown and several nice catches.
      During the game, offensive coordinator Todd Haley asked Pro Bowl receiver Jarvis Landry to take Callaway under his wing.
      "You need to take that kid on," Haley said. "I don't care if he's living at your house."
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