Ex-Vikings coach Brad Childress awaits the right coaching opportunity

Former Vikings head coach Brad Childress tells the Star Tribune that he misses "being around" football. Minnesota fired Childress after 13-games last season and he hasn't coached since. He says "when you've always been working for 33 years in the fall, you know, you miss it."
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Former Vikings head coach Brad Childress tells the Star Tribune that he misses "being around" football. Minnesota fired Childress after 13-games last season and he hasn't coached since. He says "when you've always been working for 33 years in the fall, you know, you miss it."

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