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Frazier to Tweak Improvement on Defense

New Vikings defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier has two Super Bowl rings – one as a player with the Chicago Bears in 1985 and another as a secondary coach with the Indianapolis Colts last season. Pretty impressive credentials for the "new" guy, don't you think? So who better to tweak an already solid overall defense?

As a player, Leslie Frazier was a smart, productive overachiever who played for the Bears from 1981-85 and was a starter for the Super Bowl Champion Bears in 1985 and led the team in interceptions from 1983-85.  He notched 20 interceptions in his 65 career games and scored a pair of TDs on returns.  But a torn ACL suffered in the Bears’ Super Bowl XX win over New England shortened his playing... Recommended Stories

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