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With benching, Griffin's days with Vikings could be numbered

Vikings coach Leslie Frazier pulled six-year starter Cedric Griffin from the lineup after getting torched by Detroit wideout Titus Young for a 67-yard touchdown reception.
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Vikings coach Leslie Frazier pulled six-year starter Cedric Griffin from the lineup after getting torched by Detroit wideout Titus Young for a 67-yard touchdown reception.

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