U.S. Bank Stadium Chair Kelm-Helgen, Executive Director Mondale, ResignShe has faced a firestorm of controversy over the use of luxury suits at the new stadium.
Amid Stadium Controversy, Bill Would Make Sweeping Changes To MSFAAn investigation by the Minnesota legislative auditor found that the Stadium Authority acted unethically, but not illegally.
Randy Moss Celebrates Turning 40 With... TouchdownsRandy Moss turned 40 on Monday, so how did the NFL celebrate it? With touchdowns, of course.
Will Randy Moss Be A 1st Ballot Hall Of Famer?There may be no more divisive player in Minnesota Vikings history than Randy Moss.
Vikings Release Guards Brandon Fusco & Mike HarrisThe Minnesota Vikings are changing things up a bit on the offensive line after the unit struggled throughout the 2016 season.
Vikings, MSFA At Odds Over Security Fence Around U.S. Bank StadiumThere is a strong difference in opinion among the organizations who operate U.S. Bank Stadium over building a permanent fence around it.
Seahawks Sign Former Vikings K Blair WalshThe Seattle Seahawks have signed former Minnesota kicker Blair Walsh.
Auditor: Stadium Officials Gave Nearly Half Of Suite Tickets To Friends, FamilyWhile 45 percent of the guests were friends and family of top authority officials, just 29 percent were marketing guests.
4 Reasons Adrian Peterson Won't Return To VikingsWe won't know officially for a few weeks, but here are four reasons why we've seen the last of Adrian Peterson with the Vikings.
With Super Bowl LI Finished, Minn. Handed Ball For Next YearThe New England Patriots became Super Bowl champions for the fifth time Sunday night, beating the Atlanta Falcons 34-28. Now, the clock starts ticking on Super Bowl LII being held in Minneapolis next year.
Vegas Gives Vikings 7th Best Odds To Win Super Bowl LIISuper Bowl LI is barely in the rearview mirror, but Las Vegas is already looking forward to next year's big game.
Minnesota Host Committee Takes In Super Bowl 51One year from this weekend, all eyes will be on Minnesota. Super Bowl LII will be in Minneapolis on Feb. 4 of 2018.