Allen will 'fight' for Pagac to return

The Vikings cleaned out their lockers at Winter Park Monday, and some players and coaches might have packed their bags for the last time. Jared Allen says he’s going to fight for defensive coordinator Fred Pagac to keep his job.
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The Vikings cleaned out their lockers at Winter Park Monday, and some players and coaches might have packed their bags for the last time. Jared Allen says he’s going to fight for defensive coordinator Fred Pagac to keep his job.

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