Dec 29, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; The Minnesota Vikings fans celebrate a 50 yard punt return against the Detroit Lions in the fourth quarter at the last game at Mall of America Field at H.H.H. Metrodome. The Vikings win 14-13. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports

Minnesota Vikings still have no timetable for coaching hire

The Minnesota Vikings are still among the few teams left in the National Football League that do not have a head coach following the 2013 regular season.

And apparently, they have no idea when that may change.

According to Pro Football Talk, the team has not set a specific timetable for a hire as they continue to search for the right man after firing Leslie Frazier two weeks ago.

In the report, it states that the Vikings are going to take their time to review and talk to a slew of candidates which include Mike Zimmer, both Seahawks coordinators in Dan Quinn and Darrell Bevell.

Bevell and Quinn have already interviewed with the team during the bye week, so a second interview would have to wait until Seattle is done with their current run in the playoffs.

Speaking of the playoffs, they are also said to have interest in the Broncos’ Jack Del Rio, in which case they would also have to wait until the season concludes to speak to him.

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