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Coach Leslie Frazier said he has had direct contact with Chris Cook on Tuesday but prefers to "keep that conversation private."
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Is Frazier doing all the right things as head coach?Olof:Leslie Frazier is absolutely doing a great job for the Vikings. He knew the time was right to end the McNabb era and give Christian Ponder his chance. And look how Ponder responded! He almost beat those durn Packers. He also made the right call getting rid of Bernard Berrian. That man was becoming a huge distraction. You can’t...
If Leslie Frazier thought he had a challenging rookie season as a player with Buddy Ryan barking at him, he may be looking back on those days of the early 1980s with a fond sense of revisionist history.
These days, Fraziers encounters in his rookie season as a full-time NFL head coach are more challenging. There is greater responsibility, more instantaneous reaction and a sporting...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said Wednesday he has spent a lot of time recently mulling over disciplinary actions for some of his players.
Its been an uneasy time for the first-year coach deciding how to deal with six arrests of players since he had the interim tag removed from his head coach title in January. There has also been the general discontentment with...
Leslie Frazier is widely considered one of the nicest men in the NFL, a high-integrity, high-class type of head coach.
Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier has had several difficult decisions to make in his first year on the job.
The latest came this week when he led the moves to waive struggling veteran wide receiver Bernard Berrian and suspend cornerback Chris Cook without pay following a felony assault charge. In training camp, left tackle Bryant McKinnie was let go after he showed up overweight...
Instead of celebrating their close game against the Packers, Leslie Frazier is in damage control mode
Although Donovan McNabb is only two years removed from the Philadelphia Eagles organization, it seems like a lifetime has passed since he was an effective NFL quarterback. McNabb’s fall from grace has been rapid, and as we all know his short stay with the Redskins went horribly to say the least. At this point, there [...]
For anyone close to a situation, there is nothing worse than being the last to know about a development. In the World of the Minnesota Vikings, being the last to know has become common place this season, with three additions to that list just this week.On Monday, Minnesota Vikings' head coach, Leslie Frazier, announced that the Vikings had to sit down with erstwhile wide-receiver...
On Tuesday, Minnesota Vikings receiver Bernard Berrian was scheduled to meet with coach Leslie Frazier for the second time in two days about his future with the team.
Apparently, that meeting did not go well despite Berrian saying Monday that he wanted to remain with the Vikings.
NFL Networks Jason LaCanfora is reporting that the Vikings have placed Berrian, 30, on waivers.Berrian...
(By David Scott, firstname.lastname@example.org) Two longtime friends will square off against each other Sunday when the Carolina Panthers face the Minnesota Vikings at Bank of America Stadium.First-year coaches Ron Rivera of the Panthers and the Vikings' Leslie Frazier go way back - to the days when they were teammates on the Chicago Bears in the 1980s.
Bernard Berrian and Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier continue to meet about the wide receiver’s future with the team after Berrian was inactive for the second time in three games.