Center Mick Tingelhoff joined the Minnesota Vikings as an undrafted free agent in 1962.
Mick took over as a starter the second preseason game of his rookie year.
Tingelhoff was voted to six straight Pro Bowls from 1965-1970.
Tingelhoff played in 240 consecutive games, never missing a start in 17 seasons.
Mick helped the Vikings win the NFL/NFC Central Division 10 times during his career.
Tingelhoff played his entire career with the Vikings.
Mick was named All-Pro seven times.
Tingelhoff was named to the 1,000-Yard Club in 1969, honoring the NFL’s top blocker.