Sean Berton - National Football League

National Football League

Minnesota Vikings

Sean Berton was picked up by the Minnesota Vikings as an un-drafted free agent on April 23, 2003. While playing with the Vikings he was used primarily as a blocker in the fullback/tight end position. Sean played with NFL stars such as Daunte Culpepper, Randy Moss and Mewelde Moore. Sean played for the Vikings for two years before he got waived off the team, only to be picked up by the New York Giants.

New York Giants

Sean was picked up as a free agent on September 5, 2005 by the New York Giants. He was again used as a full back/tight end for blocking. Sean helped the team with his excellent blocking allowing young quarterback Eli Manning time to throw to receivers such as Plaxico Burress. Sean's main accomplishment was to allow his running back Tiki Barber to gain time and space to run the ball. In December 2005 Sean tore a ligament in his right knee and was placed on injured reserve. By May 23, 2006 Sean was waived off the team.

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