Duluth native C.J. Ham plays 100th game as a Viking

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With the Minnesota Vikings 21-13 win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, Duluth native C.J. Ham has played his 100th career game as a Viking.

The Denfeld High School alum attended Augustana where he played college football.

Ham signed with the Vikings in 2016 despite not touching the field for in game action until 2017.

Ham was named one of the Vikings captains for the 2023 season. This past summer marked the 4th time that Ham has come back to Duluth to put on the C.J. Ham Youth Camp.

Ham is a man of many positions, as in his career he’s lined up as a running back, fullback, tight end and wide receiver, as well as member of the vikings special teams unit.

Ham becomes just the fourth undrafted offensive player in Vikings history to reach the 100-game mark.