EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -- Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier is trying to concentrate on winning the last game of the season, not the status of his job.
Frazier says Monday neither he nor his agent has spoken with the organization about his future. Asked how he's been able to block out speculation that he'll be fired, Frazier says he needs to set a good example of preparation, priority and focus for his players.
Frazier has one year left on his contract, but the Vikings will finish with 10 or more losses in two of his three full seasons in charge.
The Vikings lost 42-14 at Cincinnati Sunday. They host Detroit this weekend to wrap up the year.
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