The 2016 opening of the new Vikings stadium could be in jeopardy. The team unexpectedly broke off negotiations with the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA).
Gov. Mark Dayton says his confidence in the owners of the Minnesota Vikings has been “undermined” by questionable business ethics but he warns the state risks losing its pro football team if a stadium deal unravels.
Minnesota Vikings President Mark Wilf says the team headquarters was electrified on Friday afternoon when the team’s three first-round draft choices entered the building.
Leslie Frazier took over a team in turmoil. After one rocky season, the unflappable coach has the Minnesota Vikings one victory away from a playoff berth.
The Minnesota Vikings were dominating the Washington Redskins in the first quarter Sunday. However, a three scoring drives that ended in field goals instead of touchdowns cost the Vikings the game. The Vikings found out this week that it will play the Pittsburgh Steelers next season in London, England.
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For the last 10 years, the goal for Vikings owners was getting approval for a new stadium. Lawmakers finally gave an approval to the $975 million deal on Thursday.
A reworked Minnesota Vikings stadium bill that passed the state House early Thursday has the team paying $477 million, significantly more than the owners previously said they would contribute.
With the NFL labor agreement in place, the Minnesota Vikings say they’re ready to focus their attention on a new season of football, starting with training camp in Mankato.
Gov. Mark Dayton, the Minnesota Vikings owners and other key players in the push to build a new football stadium in Ramsey County met behind closed doors for 90 minutes but didn’t resolve differences that have stalled progress.
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.