Cordarrelle Patterson might see more playing time

Leslie Frazier impressed with rookie receiver. Aaron Wilson

Print This September 17, 2013, 12:13 PM EST

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Cordarrelle Patterson was electric during his 105-yard kickoff return at the beginning of Minnesota's loss to the Bears on Sunday.

However, he hasn't seen the field much as a receiver on offense.

Based on what coach Leslie Frazier told reporters on Monday, that could change.

“We’re going to get that rectified,” Frazier said, via the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. “He definitely deserves to be on the field more. He’s shown that in the first few snaps he’s gotten in these first two ballgames. Hopefully, everything being equal, that should be a part of the conversation [this] week.

“We want to get him on the field,” Frazier said. “He’s one of our explosive players for sure. … We’ve got to find a way to get him on the field. We’re well aware of his talents.”

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