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Frazier refuses to rip refs in CBS interview

Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier chats with Jim Rome of the CBS Sports Network on Monday. Rome tried to get Frazier to comment of the integrity of the game with replacement referees running the show.
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Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier chats with Jim Rome of the CBS Sports Network on Monday. Rome tried to get Frazier to comment of the integrity of the game with replacement referees running the show. Here's how he handled it:

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