Vikings Ironman, Hall Of Famer Mick Tingelhoff Dies At 81Undrafted in 1962, Tingelhoff played 17 years for the Vikings and was never sidelined once. His games started streak is the third longest in NFL history, behind only Brett Favre (297) and Jim Marshall (270). Philip Rivers tied Tingelhoff last season before retiring.
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Tingelhoff Joins Teammate Tarkenton In Hall Of FameMick Tingelhoff spent most of his 17-year career snapping the ball to Fran Tarkenton. On Saturday night, Tarkenton returned the favor. The Hall of Fame quarterback presented Tingelhoff for induction as a member of the Class of 2015.
Former Viking Mick Tingelhoff Elected To Pro Football Hall Of FameFormer Minnesota Vikings center Mick Tingelhoff was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday, making him the 13th player in team history to do so.