The Vikings' disappointing season took another surprising turn Monday when they cut all-time leading receiver Randy Moss just four games into his second stint with the team and a month after he was traded from the Patriots. Now Chicagoans are itching for Bears GM Jerry Angelo to sign the moody, aging superstar, who was dismissed from the Vikings in part for showing a lack of heart and not completing his routes during key drives.
Vikings head coach Brad Childress awoke to find his front yard covered with toilet paper this morning, marking the 1,000th time the 54-year-old has been targeted by vandals.
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After being fired by the Vikings today, Brad Childress is looking to turn his career around in a hurry. According to many sources, he is now chasing his dream of becoming a motivational speaker.
With the Bears and Vikings game on Monday night apparently being moved to the University of Minnesota campus, Vikings players believe they still have home-field advantage due to the game being played in-state. Not so, says a few veteran Bears.