Vikings Ring of Honor key Member Sacks Moneybag for Charity on `Celebrity Wheel of Fortune’

Jared Allen pocketed his dollars for charity on ‘Celebrity Wheel of Fortune’
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Vikings Ring of Honor member Jared Allen pocketed dollars for charity in an episode of “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” aired on Wednesday night.

Allen, who played six (2008-13) of his 12 pro seasons in Minnesota, joined NFL legends Rashad Jennings (2009-16) and Marcellus Wiley (1997-2006) in a hour-long episode of the hugely popular movie and long-running game show to raise money for their respective causes.
The show, which usually lasts 30 minutes, was extended by two halves for a celebrity version.

Allen made the most money in the first half to advance to the first bonus round.
Vikings Honors Jared Allen and the Wounded Warriors Home Foundation
He cleverly chose G, H, B and O among his letters, which helped him figure content…

 

…when the clock starts. Faster than before, Allen has called “COST Rivalry” a cool $75,000 that will benefit Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors (homesforwoundedwarriors.com).
The bonus round win added to the impressive total of $34,850 he amassed in the first half by solving these three puzzles:


WIN A GRAMMY (the draw’s worth $2,000)
STRONG SECURITY (a draw worth $2,000) worth $5,000)
And
FINAL ZONE SURVEY (a regular round in which he totaled $7,850 dollars and receive a bonus of $20,000)

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