Posted December 12, 2011 on min.scout.com
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Vikings CB Cedric Griffin is not in Leslie Frazier’s doghouse, the head coach said Monday, but he hadn’t yet seen Griffin’s comments indicating he would ask for his release after the season. Plus, the Vikings made two injury-related roster moves.
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