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Marcus Sherels goes down as the greatest punt returner the Minnesota Vikings have ever had. The Rochester John Marshall graduate first entered the NFL in 2010 as an undrafted rookie out of the University of Minnesota. He admits that he never saw an NFL career coming, much less one that would span 10 seasons.
ActivePT & Sports, a growing physical therapy business, is opening two new Med Clinic clinics. One is within Crossfit Credence at 3020 N. Broadway on Friday. The other is in the works at 3708 N. Broadway in the Haley Comfort System Center, formerly Shopko North. ActivePT co-owner Joan Kopacz estimates that the Haley center site could open by November.
Nashville Coop, a very new and hot Twin Cities brand, is gearing up to open a Rochester location at 102 20th St. SE as the anchor of a commercial center on the prominent corner of South Broadway and 20th Street Southeast. The new Nashville Coop is owned by Marcus Sherels, former Minnesota Vikings defensive back/punt returner.
Rochester’s ETS Performance facility, co-owned by a former Minnesota Vikings defensive back/punt returner, has outgrown its space.

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The ETS Performance facility in Rochester has grown so fast in less than two years that the company is hoping to move to a bigger facility. Rochester’s Marcus Sherels, a former Vikings player, is one of the owners of the company.
Marcus Sherels, the Rochester man known for his years returning punts for the Minnesota Vikings, is partnering with Hamza Muridi to bring The Bin Cleaners to Rochester’s streets in mid-November.
Minnesota has four unsigned free agents left, including defensive end Everson Griffen, who has announced he won’t return.
Sendejo initially played for the Vikings from 2011-18, and was a regular in the starting lineup from 2015 until a season-ending groin injury midway through the 2018 ...
Rochester's Brad Mathiowetzis off to a strong start in his final season of college baseball.
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The club is owned by former Minnesota Vikings teammates MarcusSherels and Adam Thielen, along with founder Ryan Englebert.
Marcus Sherels hardly was expecting to play again this season before his phone rang Thursday night.
The Minnesota Vikings placed cornerback Mike Hughes on injured reserve and re-signed veteran corner MarcusSherelson Friday, two days before their NFC wild-card contest against the New...

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