Viking Exposed -- Literally -- On Live TV

In the Fox postgame show following the 1PM games, producers cut to the Vikings locker room where team owner Zygi Wilf gave an emotional speech about coach Brad Childress' son, who is off for a tour in Iraq. Unfortunately, no one made sure all the Vikes had pants on. This happened on live television.
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↵TSB boss Chris Mottram said the exposed Viking in question quickly covered with the towel, but the damage had been done. If you consider penis exposed on Sunday afternoon television to be damaging.↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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