Greenway says leaders will keep team together

The Vikings are 0-4 and under plenty of pressure to avoid meltdowns on the field and now in the clubhouse. Losing often results in a corrupt locker room, but Chad Greenway says experienced players will help keep the team together.
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The Vikings are 0-4 and under plenty of pressure to avoid meltdowns on the field and now in the clubhouse. Losing often results in a corrupt locker room, but Chad Greenway says experienced players will help keep the team together.

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