Leslie Frazier career timeline

  • Updated: December 30, 2013 - 8:20 AM

Vikings coach Leslie Frazier

Leslie Frazier timeline

1981-85: Cornerback/safety for the Chicago Bears (65 career games, 20 INTs, two TDs)

1988-96: Head coach at Trinity College (now Trinity International University)

1997-98: Defensive backs coach at University of Illinois

1999-2002: Defensive backs coach for Philadelphia Eagles

2003-04: Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator

2005-06: Defensive backs coach/assistant to head coach Tony Dungy for Indianapolis Colts (won Super Bowl XLI)

2007-10: Vikings defensive coordinator

Nov 22, 2010: Named interim head coach after Vikings start 3-7 under Brad Childress

Nov. 28, 2010: First victory as head coach, a 17-13 triumph over Washington at FedEx Field

Jan. 3, 2011: Named permanent head coach

Dec. 30, 2012: A 37-34 victory over Green Bay is the Vikings’ fourth in a row to cap a 10-6 season

Monday: Fired as head coach of the Vikings

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Philadelphia - A. Harang 12:05 PM
Washington - J. Zimmermann
Atlanta - A. Wood 12:07 PM
Toronto - R. Dickey
Chicago WSox - C. Sale 12:08 PM
Detroit - A. Sanchez
Cleveland - D. Salazar 1:10 PM
Minnesota - P. Hughes
Cincinnati - H. Bailey 1:15 PM
St. Louis - C. Martinez
San Diego - T. Ross 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs - K. Hendricks
Baltimore - C. Tillman 3:05 PM
Boston - C. Buchholz
Milwaukee - K. Lohse 6:05 PM
Pittsburgh - J. Locke
Miami - M. Latos 6:10 PM
NY Mets - J. deGrom
LA Angels - C. Wilson 6:10 PM
Houston - D. Keuchel
NY Yankees - M. Tanaka 6:10 PM
Tampa Bay - J. Odorizzi
Oakland - J. Hahn 6:10 PM
Kansas City - Y. Ventura
Arizona - R. De La Rosa 8:05 PM
San Francisco - C. Heston
Colorado - J. Lyles 8:10 PM
Los Angeles - Z. Greinke
Texas - C. Lewis 8:10 PM
Seattle - F. Hernandez
Washington 11:30 AM
Toronto
New Orleans 2:30 PM
Golden State
Milwaukee 6:00 PM
Chicago
Dallas 8:30 PM
Houston
Minnesota 2:00 PM
St. Louis
Detroit 2:00 PM
Tampa Bay
Pittsburgh 7:00 PM
NY Rangers
Winnipeg 9:30 PM
Anaheim
Houston 6:00 PM
D.C.
Orlando City 6:30 PM
Columbus
Toronto FC 7:30 PM
FC Dallas
Seattle 8:00 PM
Colorado
Vancouver FC 8:30 PM
Real Salt Lake
Sporting Kansas City 9:30 PM
Los Angeles

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