Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph Visits Ronald McDonald House, Talks Kirk Cousins, Ankle Surgery, etc.

March 08, 2018 01:24 PM

The Vikings' Man of the Year, tight end Kyle Rudolph, spent time with families at the Ronald McDonald House in Minneapolis on Thursday morning. He signed autographs, posed for pictures, and handed out Shamrock Shakes.

Rudolph's ties to Masonic Children's Hospital and the Ronald McDonald House nearby are incredibly noteworthy. He donates money, time, and whatever else both worthy causes need. 

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KSTP Sports' Darren Wolfson caught up with Rudolph, and talked about today's gathering his recent ankle surgery, the new Eagan practice facility, the Vikings' quarterback situation, free agent Kirk Cousins, and more.

***Click the video box above to hear from Rudolph and to see him in action***

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