Christina Scavo And Shannon O Toole

January 4, 2011 by staff 

Christina Scavo And Shannon O Toole, Emphasizing a team-first, Leslie Frazier took as head coach of Minnesota and has promised a thorough review of the list, the staff and the speed of both sides of the ball. The day he reached a contract with the organization to remove the interim label from his title, Frazier said he believes “it’s only a matter of time” before the title-private franchise wins Super Bowl.

Frazier took over Nov. 22 when Brad Childress was fired, and the Vikings 3-3 in the 51-year-old after starting 3-7. “I think we will be able to revisit the past six weeks and say, ‘You know what, that was the beginning of something special,” Frazier said during his introductory news conference Monday at Winter Park.
More MINNESOTA: Two massage therapists have continued Brett Favre, saying they lost their part-time job with the Jets in New York after complaining of sexually suggestive text messages veteran quarterback. Claiming they were victims of sexual harassment and discrimination in employment, Scavo and Christina Shannon O’Toole are unspecified damages for Favre, the Jets and a coordinator of massage jets.

CLEVELAND: President Mike Holmgren began to search for next coach after the firing of Cleveland Eric Mangini. Holmgren, who won a Super Bowl title to Green Bay and Seattle Tour appearance in one, does not rule out coaching again. However, he said he is not part of the initial search. HOUSTON: Coach Gary Kubiak will be back next season, but the team has made significant personnel changes defensive coordinator Frank Bush shooting and several position coaches.

Jacksonville coach Jack Del Rio is safe for another year, but owner Wayne Weaver, Del Rio was asked to relinquish control of the defense and he said he needs to make the playoffs in 2011 keep his job. Weaver refused to renew the contracts of assistant Del Rio, so they will be on one-year contracts next season. … Running back Maurice Jones-Drew will have arthroscopic surgery this week to repair partially torn meniscus in his right knee. NEW ENGLAND: defensive lineman Ron Brace went on the disabled list with an elbow injury. The move opens a spot for linebacker Brandon Spikes file, which is eligible to return after serving a four-game suspension for violating league policy on performance-enhancing substances.

DeShawn Wynn’s agent said the running back agreed to re-sign with the Saints. Christina Phillips said Wynn is expected to sign today with the Saints, who open the playoffs Saturday at Seattle.

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