Vikings Invite Stabbing Victim To Attend Practice, Game

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota Vikings have reached out to a fan that ended up in the hospital because of a yard display highlighting his favorite team.

Dave Moschel lives in Stoughton, Wisconsin. He suffered seven stab and slash wounds Sunday when he tried to stop a vandal from cutting up an inflatable Viking in his yard.

The Dane County Sheriff’s Department said 21-year-old Jacob Justice is accused of attacking Moschel. He has been arrested.

After learning of the attack, the team has invited Mocshel to a practice and to the Nov. 20 game against the Arizona Cardinals.


One Comment

  1. Zack Selzman says:

    And no one from the Packers organization has said anything. Classy.

  2. Concerned about this says:

    There are loyal and dedicated fans and there are obsessed fans, this is why people hate GBP fans, because they are over the top obsessive. There is a way to have a life and be a football fan, football doesn’t have to be your life.

  3. jeff says:

    welcome to 2016 almost the land of idiocracy.. wait i heard Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump are nominees for president.. I take back the word “almost” from the first sentence.

    1. Jack D says:

      @Jeff: Truer words never spoken!

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