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Frazier: Bernard Berrian's deactivation isn't a political one

Coach Leslie Frazier says receiver Bernard Berrian was deactivated as a 'coach's decision' and had nothing to do with his well-publicized Twitter battle with state Rep. John Kriesel. Although he didn't offer specifics, Frazier suggested the decision was a locker room issue.
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Coach Leslie Frazier says receiver Bernard Berrian was deactivated as a 'coach's decision' and had nothing to do with his well-publicized Twitter battle with state Rep. John Kriesel. Although he didn't offer specifics, Frazier suggested the decision was a locker room issue.

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