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Vikings: 'No truth' to reports Wilf wants Parcells

The Vikings say there’s no truth to media reports that “Big Tuna” Bill Parcells is being courted to take over as coach and general manager of the club. The New York Post wrote this morning that owner Zygi Wilf told Parcells to “name his price” to come to Minnesota to “run the show.”
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The Vikings say there’s no truth to media reports that “Big Tuna” Bill Parcells is being courted to take over as coach and general manager of the club. The New York Post wrote this morning that owner Zygi Wilf told Parcells to “name his price” to come to Minnesota to “run the show.”

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