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Encyclopedia > Matt Birk

Matt Birk born July 23, 1976 is an all pro center for the Minnesota Vikings since being drafted by them out of Harvard University. He is a four time Pro Bowler since replacing Jeff Christy, who left the Vikings in 2000. July 23 is the 204th day (205th in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 161 days remaining. ... 1976 is a leap year starting on Thursday (link will take you to calendar). ...


High School Career

Birk attended Cretin-Durham Hall High School in Saint Paul,Minnesota,where he starred in football,basketball, and track&field.In football,he was an All-St.Paul Conference pick,an Academic All-State selection, and an All-State pick.


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New challenge: Vikings' Birk lines up in restaurant biz - Boston.com (1040 words)
Matt Birk grinned mischievously as he watched the heaping plate of meat loaf and potatoes -- light on the gravy, just as he ordered -- arrive at the table.
Birk has had to work hard to maintain his 6-foot-4, 310-pound frame, while being one of the league's most nimble centers.
Birk and his partners are planning a promotional boat cruise in July, a not-so-subtle attempt to throw a family-friendly version of the party that got some of Birk's teammates in trouble and perhaps gain some attention for the fledgling restaurant.
ProFootballTalk.com -- The Best Pro Football Scoop on the Internet (4359 words)
Birk: I had both of them fixed after the season, took a bunch of time off, came back, started working out again, and then realized I had a different kind of pain in my right hip.
Birk: I'm sure it did, but when Randy was out in 2004 for five games with an injury, Daunte played brilliantly during that stretch and showed that it wasn't because of Randy.
Birk: Yeah, I mean when you're talking about "the guy" on your team and he walks off the field the before the game is over.
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