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Frazier: Cedric Griffin not in my doghouse

Vikings coach Leslie Frazier wants everyone to know: Cedric Griffin is not in his doghouse. The struggling cornerback was benched during yesterday’s loss in Detroit, but Frazier says he hasn’t “given up hope” on Griffin.
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Vikings coach Leslie Frazier wants everyone to know: Cedric Griffin is not in his doghouse. The struggling cornerback was benched during yesterday’s loss in Detroit, but Frazier says he hasn’t “given up hope” on Griffin.

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