Jim Kleinsasser

Player of American Football
Born Jan 31, 1977

Jimmy Glenn Kleinsasser is a retired American Football player who played fullback, H-back, and tight end for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He played college football at North Dakota and played for the Vikings his entire career since being drafted in 1999.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Jim Kleinsasser.


1977 Birth Born on January 31, 1977.


1995 18 Years Old At Carrington High School, Kleinsasser was a starter on the 1995 Class B State Championship basketball team. … Read More


1998 21 Years Old At North Dakota, Kleinsasser was a four-time first-team All-North Central Conference (NCC) pick and in 1998 was the only Division II football player selected as a Gannett News Service All-American. … Read More


2008 31 Years Old …  His remarkable blocking skills also paved the way for 7 of the top 8 single-season rushing marks in Vikings History, including Adrian Peterson's team record and NFL leading 1,760 yds in 2008.
2010 33 Years Old He demonstrated remarkable durability throughout his career, playing in all 16 games up to 2010, except for missing 15 games because of an ear injury in 2004. … Read More
2011 34 Years Old 1 More Event
He continued his 13 year career with the Minnesota Vikings in the 2011 season.
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