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Uncertainty over Vikings stadium leadership after dustup

There's uncertainty over who will run the Minnesota Vikings' new stadium after a dustup over the oversight authority's use of luxury suites culminated in the exit of two top officials        

Minnesota Vikings and Xavier Rhodes working on contract extension

The Minnesota Vikings had the most disappointing finish to the 2016 season out of any team. After setting the world on fire with a 5-0 start, they appeared to be a true Super Bowl contender. The sky would quickly come crashing down on...Show More Summary

New chapter for Vikings stadium awaits after suite dustup

An uncertain future awaits the Minnesota Vikings' new stadium after a dustup over the oversight authority's use of luxury suites culminated in the exit of two top officials. Minnesota Sports … Click to Continue »

Two officials in charge of running Vikings stadium resign amid ethics concerns

The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority had its top two officials resign on Thursday following claims of ethical misconduct for use of luxury suits at Vikings games. According to Kyle Potter of the Associated Press, Chairwoman Michele Kelm-Helgen and executive director Ted Mondale each submitted their resignations on Thursday from the authority, which oversees the operation…

The Latest: Dayton says he didn't ask for stadium departures

Gov. Mark Dayton says he didn't ask for the resignation of two departing leaders at the Minnesota Vikings' stadium oversight authority        

Amid suite heat, top Vikings stadium leaders resign

The chairwoman and executive director of the authority overseeing the Minnesota Vikings' stadium have resigned after weeks of criticism over the questionable use of luxury suites by officials' family and friends        

The Latest: GOPer lauds resignations from stadium authority

A top House Republican says the two leaders at the Minnesota Vikings' stadium oversight authority made the right move by resigning        

Head of authority overseeing Vikings stadium resigns

The chairwoman of the authority overseeing the Minnesota Vikings' stadium resigned Thursday after weeks of criticism over the questionable use of luxury suites by officials' family and friends, a practice … Click to Continue »

Still a Viking, Adrian Peterson has a curious interest in the Giants’ roster moves

Adrian Peterson still is a member of the Vikings but might not be less than a month from now, when Minnesota can cut him and his $11.75 million salary for 2017. It’s probably the right move considering Peterson’s age (he turns 32 on March 21) and injury history (he had all of 37 carries in […]

Minnesota Vikings could solidify a championship defense by signing A.J. Bouye

Even though the 2016 season did not finish the way the Minnesota Vikings would have hoped, there still is a lot for them of which to be proud. Some new players stepped up and carved out significant roles going forward, they have consistency at the quarterback position and they possess an elite-level defense. Show More Summary

Adrian Peterson, under contract for now with Vikings, sends curious tweet about Giants

Anyone can go on Twitter and opine about an NFL team’s offseason moves. That’s the beauty of social media. But when it’s Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson randomly chiming in on the New York Giants, that’s certainly a little more interesting than Ronnie from Denver saying the Broncos need to trade for Tony Romo. Show More Summary

D’Onta Foreman may be Minnesota Vikings’ perfect replacement for Adrian Peterson

Every NFL team has had to say goodbye to a franchise legend at some point in time. Adrian Peterson is the best running back in Minnesota Vikings history, but his time wearing purple and gold seems to be nearing its end. As a runningShow More Summary

Minnesota Vikings cut Brandon Fusco and Mike Harris to begin offensive line rebuild

The Minnesota Vikings are not waiting long to begin the rebuild of their offensive line. Their unit was by-and-large one of the worst in the entire NFL in 2016. While not entirely their fault due to the staggering amount of injuries, the offensive line’s ineffectiveness showed the Vikings desperately need more depth. Show More Summary

Vikings dump 2015 starting guards Brandon Fusco, Mike Harris

The Minnesota Vikings have released Brandon Fusco and Mike Harris, the guards who started a combined 85 games for the team over the last five seasons        

Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders Announce 2017 Auditions!

From the MVC: If you are outgoing, a terrific spokeswoman, a great role model, love the Minnesota Vikings and can confidently represent the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders, then we want you!    When you think of The Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders you probably picture the women performing on the field at Minnesota Vikings home games. But the [...]

Adrian Peterson Reportedly Interested In Playing For the Dallas Cowboys If He Becomes a Free Agent

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was limited to just 72 yards in 2016, but has been one of the most productive players at his position in the history of the NFL. He has a large salary cap figure though fro 2017, and could be interested in a homecoming.

Legislative Auditor Smacks Down Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority Over Luxury Suite Freebies

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The Minnesota Legislative Auditor has released an extensive special report on the use of luxury suites at the publicly funded Minnesota Vikings stadium by commissioners of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, finding that commissioners “violated a core ethical principle” when they gave free tickets to friends… Read more...

Most Vikings stadium suite guests were friends, report says

The public agency that runs the Minnesota Vikings' new stadium issued nearly half of the tickets inside its two luxury suites to friends and family. That's a key finding from … Click to Continue »

Teddy Bridgewater missing all of 2017 does not change much for Minnesota Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings received some upsetting, but not surprising, news regarding quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. Teddy Bridgewater reportedly expected to miss the 2017 season and could return in March 2018 at the earliest pic.twitter.com/wLZ6VYaz27...Show More Summary

Despite Breaking Her Wrist, Sarah Thomas Finished Officiating The Packers-Vikings Game

Dur ing a week 16 match-up between the Green Bay Packers & Minnesota Vikings, line judge Sarah Thomas became the talk of the game when she took a hit on the sidelines. Her head snapped back violently as it smacked the ground and she was quickly put into concussion protocol.   Line judge Sarah Thomas comes up […]

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