Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph, Wife Jordan Unveil 'End Zone' at U of M's Children's Hospital

December 19, 2017 07:56 PM

Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph and his wife Jordan took part Tuesday in the ribbon-cutting ceremony for their therapeutic play area at Masonic Children's Hospital.

***Click the video box above to hear from Rudolph, and to see footage of the play area***


Rudolph, the Vikings' Man of the Year, has donated considerable time and money to the University of Minnesota's Children's Hospital. Rudolph had a number of teammates join him on Tuesday.

The Rudolphs 'End Zone' is meant as an escape for the children who are in the hospital. The play area includes games galore. Wild play Jason Zucker and his wife Carly are also heavily involved in the 'End Zone' project.


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