Vikings unhappy with Greg Olsen calling Rams game

Vikings don't want Panthers&apos Greg Olsen calling Rams game

During the Panthers bye week Greg Olsen is going to be in the broadcast booth calling the Rams Vikings game and the Vikings aren't

The Minnesota Vikings expressed concern this week over Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen being allowed to call the Vikes' Week 11 game against the Los Angeles Rams for Fox on Sunday.

The Vikings, apparently fearing that Olsen will gain access to a lot of information about them in the process, reportedly requested that Olsen be reassigned to a different game. Olsen, now on injured reserve due to a foot injury, could play a large role in a potentially crucial NFC matchup between the Vikings and Panthers on December 10. Olsen is eligible to return from injured reserve before that game.

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According to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, Vikings general manager Rick Spielman said he spoke with the NFL and Fox to suggest Olsen calling the game is inappropriate since the Panthers will face the Vikings on December 10. At that point, if the Panthers defeat the Vikings, expect a lot of conspiracy theories. Olsen won't be in production meetings or at Vikings practice as broadcast teams commonly are, but is slated to be in the booth Sunday.

"We are excited for the opportunity to make this Sunday's broadcast fun and insightful with Pro Bowler Greg Olsen".

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A league spokesperson told Pelissero: "We did not object to this". While Matt Hasselbeck was quarterback for the Colts in 2014, he called a Rams-Cardinals game, and in 1994, the Chiefs' Marcus Allen called a game between the Lions and Buccaneers. Neither player's team, however, played the teams in question those respective seasons.

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