The Vikings may be focused on their game against Arizona, but pretty much everybody else is only concerned with Brett Favre, Randy Moss and Brad Childress.
Prior to Sunday’s game, owner Zygi Wilf was asked about Childress’ job situation, to which he said that he “had nothing to say about that,” according to ProFootballTalk.
Wilf had previously been reported to have been pondering firing Childress versus allowing Childress to release Moss, and he ultimately chose the latter.
That decision, apparently, though was not voluntary. After Moss found out that he was going to be released on Monday, the Vikings asked if he would come back, but Moss declined.
Because Moss turned down the offer, Wilf no longer could choose between Moss and Childress.