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Frazier quizzed about Cook, Berrian

Sure, Leslie Frazier is encouraged by the play of rookie QB Christian Ponder. But he also has a laundry list of problems to deal with, with Bernard Berrian and Chris Cook topping the agenda.
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Sure, Leslie Frazier is encouraged by the play of rookie QB Christian Ponder. But he also has a laundry list of problems to deal with, with Bernard Berrian and Chris Cook topping the agenda.

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