MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota Vikings are currently meeting to decide whether or not to hold Thursday practice, according to WCCO’s Mike Max.
The move comes as a number of teams, not just from the NFL, have been putting a pause on business as usual, in the aftermath of the officer-involved shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.READ MORE: 'We've Suffered A Lot, We've Learned A Lot': Minnesota Approaches A Year Of COVID
The Vikings would be scheduled to be on the field at 2 p.m. Thursday if they do hold practice.
WCCO’s Norman Seawright III reports that the Green Bay Packers are among the teams that have already cancelled practice.READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: Perfect Snow Melt Will Minimize Flooding
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Press conference has been further postponed until further notice. https://t.co/fuuPwyEE9x
— Norman Seawright III 👟 (@SeawrightSays) August 27, 2020
Teams in three pro-sports leagues postponed Wednesday night’s games in protest of the shooting of Blake.