Karl Dunbar responded to being fired by the Vikings in this article at Access Vikings.
At points, Dunbar seemed perplexed that he was being fired since his defensive line played fairly well this season, but refuses to suggest he is getting a raw deal.
The reason he doesn’t think he’s getting a raw deal?
“They didn’t kill my wife and they didn’t kill my family,” Dunbar explained. “They took care of my family. So no, I didn’t get a raw deal.”
I think Karl may want to redefine his personal meaning of the phrase “fair treatment,” as merely letting your family live does not qualify as fair treatment on its own.
All joking aside, Dunbar seemed grateful for his six years in Minnesota, and seems to have a fairly positive attitude about moving on to the next opportunity, which he will surely have his pick of.
What did strike me as an interesting statement from Dunbar suggests that Frazier’s supposedly complete control over his coaching staff may not be quite as complete as we have all been led to believe.
“Coach Frazier told me the ownership wanted to go in a different direction,” Dunbar said.
I thought ownership gave Frazier control of his coaching staff.