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Wilf says Frazier's job is safe

Vikings owner Zygi Wilf says coach Leslie Frazier will return next season, despite Minnesota's miserable 2-10 record so far in the 2011 campaign. Wilf tells the Star Tribune injuries have hurt the Vikings more than anything, especially with Adrian Peterson out the past three games.
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Vikings owner Zygi Wilf says coach Leslie Frazier will return next season, despite Minnesota's miserable 2-10 record so far in the 2011 campaign. Wilf tells the Star Tribune injuries have hurt the Vikings more than anything, especially with Adrian Peterson out the past three games.

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