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Greg Childs has started down the long road to rehabilitation after tearing both patellar tendons. Was there a pre-existing condition found?

Greg Childs is standing on his own two feet again. In fact, the Vikings' rookie receiver has been standing and walking for some time now after tearing the patella tendons in both his knees in a training camp scrimmage on Aug. 11. Childs was back in the Vikings locker room and in good spirits Monday on his way to a rehabilitation workout. The 2012 fourth-round draft pick tore both patellar tendons...

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