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Vikings-Denver game moved to noon

Posted by: under Vikings, Football on TV Updated: November 21, 2011 - 12:33 PM

The NFL announced its flex schedule for the games of Dec. 4, and the Vikings game against Denver has been moved to noon and will be televised by Fox (Ch. 9).

The game originally was a 3:05 start on CBS (Ch. 4).

The Detroit-New Orleans game will move to the NBC Sunday Night Game, replacing the Patriots-Colts matchup, which goes back to a noon start on CBS. Baltimore-Cleveland will move from a noon start to become the CBS 3:05 p.m. game.

The Viking announced that 5,800 tickets remain for the Denver game.

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