EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf and president Mark Wilf have sent a letter to season-ticket holders, expressing a desire to keep fans informed during the NFL lockout and spelling out the refund policy for any canceled games.

The Vikings posted a copy of the letter on their website Monday.

The team has not made the Wilf brothers or any of their executives or coaches available for comment since the lockout, which began at the end of the day Friday.

The Wilfs wrote in the letter that the league is “working hard to reach a new agreement” with the players and that they “hope the negotiation process does not disrupt the 2011 season.” The Wilfs also said the Vikings are “working extremely hard” to become NFC North champions again and compete for a Super Bowl.

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Comments (2)
  1. Please buy me a new stadium says:

    This late breaking statement from Wilf: “Oh yes, and please, MN taxpayers, won’t you please buy me a new stadium so I don’t have to write another check today? The printer ink is running a tad low.”

  2. mj5150 says:

    maybe they should take the lead that the NYG have started by not having us season ticket holders have to pay for our tickets until the lockout is resolved-I am seriously struggling with whether or not I should send them a dime-but I don’t want to lose my seats that I have had for 16 years. ESPECIALLY here since they have already have had to refund us for 2 games from last year!!

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