NFL owners and players and their legal counsel have returned to court for another round of mediation.
The clock is ticking for a new Vikings Stadium to get the green light at the capital.
Gov. Mark Dayton and state lawmakers sponsoring a Vikings stadium bill have plans to meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to talk about the project.
If these are not fun times for football fans, they are captivating days for lawyers.
The NFL and its players resumed court-ordered mediation Tuesday with a federal judge’s decision expected soon on a request to immediately halt a lockout now in its second month.
The NFL and its locked-out players have completed their first day of mediation under a court order and will meet again Friday as they try to resolve their labor dispute.
On Tuesday afternoon, Governor-elect Mark Dayton will sit down with Republican House Speaker-elect Kurt Zellers to discuss the future home of the Minnesota Vikings.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell requested a meeting earlier in the day with Minnesota Gov.-elect Mark Dayton regarding the team’s drive for a new stadium. The Vikings had been lobbying for a new place to play for more than a decade before the Metrodome’s roof collapsed under the weight of last weekend’s blizzard.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he’s still “following up” on some of the information in the Brett Favre investigation to make sure it’s thorough and reaches “the right conclusion.”
Gov.-elect Mark Dayton says he will meet with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell before the Minnesota Vikings play outdoors at TCF Bank Stadium on Monday.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is close to announcing whether the league will punish Brett Favre for sending inappropriate photos and phone messages to a former New York Jets game hostess.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will be in town a couple of weeks for the Vikings-Bears game where he is expected to make a stadium pitch.