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By David Keene
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Topic - Antoine Winfield
The Minnesota Vikings have been looking for a tough, play-making defensive back to cover slot receivers ever since they parted ways with beloved veteran Antoine Winfield before last season.
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Several other stars, including Nnamdi Asomugha, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Antoine Winfield, are looking for jobs after they were cut in cost-saving moves on a busy opening day of free agency.
The Chicago Bears got Jay Cutler back from a concussion, only to lose three more stars to injuries.
After watching the leader of his secondary miss the entire week of practice with a stiff neck, Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier is still holding out hope that Antoine Winfield will be able to play on Sunday against Arizona.
New England running back Danny Woodhead jokingly asked if he could have a step-stool the next time he was required to speak at a podium.
"I'm sure that will be the talk of the whole offseason," cornerback Antoine Winfield said with a hearty chuckle. "We'll wait and see what happens."
"He's a guy who changed defenses," Vikings cornerback Antoine Winfield said. "You had to put two defenders on him to take him out of the game so it opened up the rest of the offense. Great guy, great teammate, I have a lot of respect for him, he's brought a lot to this game and I wish him well."