Report: Wilf to stick with Frazier in 2012

Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman reports Vikings owner Zygi Wilf does not plan major changes among the football executives next year, despite the teams' 3-13 record. Wilf says that includes Leslie Frazier staying on as head coach
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Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman reports Vikings owner Zygi Wilf does not plan major changes among the football executives next year, despite the teams' 3-13 record. Wilf says that includes Leslie Frazier staying on as head coach

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