Big changes likely on the way for Vikings

Vikings players are stressing the importance of the final two games of the season. Big changes, not only to the coaching staff, but also to the roster are likely on the way. Veteran linebacker E.J. Henderson says the the last two games are important because it's the last impression players will leave with the coaches.
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Vikings players are stressing the importance of the final two games of the season. Big changes, not only to the coaching staff, but also to the roster are likely on the way. Veteran linebacker E.J. Henderson says the the last two games are important because it's the last impression players will leave with the coaches.

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