The Minnesota Vikings watched one of their all-time legends, center Mick Tingelhoff, enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame this summer. On Sunday, the team honored Tingelhoff during a halftime ceremony at TCF Bank Stadium.
Tingelhoff, 75, never missed a start throughout his 17-year career with the Vikings (1962-1978). He played in four Super Bowls and made six consecutive Pro Bowls from 1964-1969.
Sharing in Sunday's celebration were several other former Vikings who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame, per Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press.
With so many of the franchise's greatest players in attendance, the Vikings had good reason to play inspired against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.