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On Saturday night, Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Linval Joseph was struck in his calf by a stray bullet fired in a nightclub in downtown Minneapolis. Per ESPN:
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The Vikings said Joseph was an innocent bystander at the time of the incident, which occurred inside 400 Soundbar just before closing time. The team described Joseph's injury as minor and said he would return to practice sometime this week. He was treated at a hospital and released Saturday.

According to the Star Tribune of Minneapolis, police are looking for a gunman who shot as many as seven people inside the club. Police say the two with serious injuries were in stable condition Saturday and are expected to survive.
Joseph signed a five-year, $31.25 million deal with the team in March and is expected to start for the team at nose tackle
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When your as big as him, it's strictly a numbers game. Your going to get hit with stray bullets.
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