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Popular opinion says he will be fired at the end of the season he lasts that long Brad Childress shocked the world by releasing Randy Moss from the Vikings last week and recently the Vikings almost fired him. Popular opinion says he wont be the Vikings head coach much longer, as it has been publically announced that owner Zygi Wilf was livid with Brad Childress after he waived Randy Moss without even talking to him about it. There is a clause in the contract between the Vikings and Brad Childress giving the coach total control of the 53 man roster, but it seems pretty disrespectful to not even consult with the hand that feeds you. It has been said that Randy Moss made inappropriate comments to the team about the coaching staff and the direction of his new/old team, and then sealed his waiver in a press conference after the loss to New http://www.isabelmarantshoessale.com/ England where Moss seemed to be less sympathetic or concerned about a Vikings loss then longing to share the win with the Patriots. The probowl receivers game tape shows a complete lack of effort against Brady and the Patriots and if he had been making demonstrative comments behind closed doors it seems like the right move to waive him. The problem is that Brad Childress tried to make a right out of two wrongs by not even talking with the Vikings ownership before making the move. NFL insiders reported that Randy Moss was held off the wire for 24 hours after the announcement because owner Zygi Wilf was contemplating retaining Moss and firing Brad Childress. It is safe to say things are a miss over at Vikings camp and well see how long Brad Childress keeps his job.
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