NFLN Shows Jeff Dugan Highlights

Thought you guys might enjoy this video that NFL Network put together from inside Vikings training camp.

You can view it by clicking here.

And for those of you that have been waiting for some Jeff Dugan news (you know who you are) look no further than the video.

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13 Responses to “NFLN Shows Jeff Dugan Highlights”

  1. Ole says:

    Thanks Adam!

    Besides the nice catch, run (!) and some blocking, Dugan dominated the sidelines in that video

    If only the Vikings could have 52 other players with Dugan’s abilities they would …. well …. suck really bad I guess

  2. c.carterhof says:

    Ole will wet his purple thong.

    I could see maybe 18 catches and 3 to 4 TD’s!

  3. Zag says:

    In all seriousness, I love Jeff Dugan. He catches well when he needs to, blocks like a champ, and is versatile enough to line up at fullback. Why do we even have Naufahu Tahi on this team??

  4. Ole says:

    Dang CCarter, even I can’t imagine Dugan attaining those stratosperic type stats. A more realistic prediction, Dugan knocks down 5+ refs this year

    Who needs favre, Peterson or Jared Allen? The Vikings have Dugan!!!

  5. Ole says:

    a friend of mine just got a text that the Dalai Lama asks Dugan for spiritual advice. This information came in text form, it must be true

  6. Ole says:

    time to change this blogs name from Vikings Gab to Dugans Gab

  7. B. Grant says:

    Jeff Dugan highlights. Isn’t that an example of an oxymoron? You know, like military intelligence, loving mother-in-law, or jumbo shrimp.

    • Tomb... says:

      …or Judd Zulgad corroborating sources…or Coach with a modern phone.

      • B. Grant says:

        Be careful Tomb, the Droid X has powers of which you are not even aware. I am not afraid, nor will I hesitate, to use any and all of its features.

      • Tomb... says:

        Can you use it to get Gregg Williams to STFU? I hate that dirty bastard, from PFT:

        Gregg Williams vows to “send messages,” starting with Favre
        Posted by Mike Florio on August 5, 2010 11:48 AM ET
        During the 2009 playoffs, Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams supplied the words, and his players provided the actions. They pummeled quarterbacks Kurt Warner and Brett Favre in the NFC tournament, and they confounded — and ultimately overcame — quarterback Peyton Manning in the Super Bowl.

        Williams’ comments prompted coach Sean Payton to give the former Bills coach sand, peanut butter, and crackers at a team meal prior to the Super Bowl, in the hopes of shutting Williams up.

        With the 2010 season approaching, Williams is talking again.

        “[W]e have to send messages to every offense about how physical it’s going to be when they play us,” Williams told USA Today, via WCCO. “Those messages are out there, starting with No. 4.”

        It’s unclear whether Williams was referring to the messages sent last January, with a series of “remember me” hits that may have prompted Favre to eventually forget his name, or whether Williams was saying that they plan to do it again in September.

        Regardless, it’s safe to say that they plan to do it again in September.

        And the Vikings are brushing off Williams’ threat against their quarterback. “Those are just meathead comments,” defensive end Jared Allen told WCCO. “You know what, it is what it is. People trying to get their team fired up. They’re trying not to let a successful season get to them . . . at the end of the day people are going to talk with their pads and we’ll see how things happen down in New Orleans.”

        Here’s the problem, as it applies to the Vikings. Last time around, Favre had the entire offseason to recover from the beating he took, and he’ll apparently need every last second of it to do so. If the Saints hit him like that in September, he could be retiring before Week 2 even starts.

  8. Zag says:

    Dugan should get an award for smearing that Steelers ref. Call Dugan for tripping, will ya?

  9. purplereign#57 says:

    Hey coach, don’t be hatin’, and starrc10, I feel you, man…Duges bears a striking resemblance to Craig Ferguson of Late Night fame! Everybody around is checkin’ him out, he might get FAMOUS!

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