NFL Legend Becomes US Citizen

NFL Legend Becomes US Citizen
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NFL Hall of Famer Morton Andersen announced on Friday that he has become a US citizen. As Fox News reports:

Andersen posted a photo of himself on Twitter waving a small American flag to celebrate the news.

“Honored to become a citizen of the greatest country on earth today, very proud to be an American,” Andersen wrote in a tweet.

Andersen was born in Copenhagen in 1960 and later landed a scholarship at Michigan State after impressing scouts during one season of high school football in the U.S.

Over the course of his career, Andersen played for the New Orleans Saints, Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants, Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings.

It's good to see an NFL legend like Andersen finally get to become a citizen of the country he has loved and served for so long. 
 Source: American Update

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