STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER U.S. Bank Stadium Chairwoman Resigns
The woman who leads the U.S. Bank Stadium governing board has resigned after she became the center of a controversy about allowing friends and family into stadium events free.
Michele Kelm-Helgen rel... Posted on 2/16/17 at 9:39 AM
STAFF BLOG DIZZO'S DEN The Podcast; Episode 6: Kindred’s Matt Crane
The final four of the North Dakota high school football playoffs have arrived and some terrific matchups are on tap.
That includes in Class 2A, where the Kindred Vikings will get a second shot at k... Posted on 10/31/16 at 10:21 PM
BBB BUZZ FROM THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU BBB Hopes to Tackle Bogus Ticket Sellers
With the NFL season in full swing and the Minnesota Vikings home opener at U.S. Bank Stadium versus archenemy Green Bay coming up this weekend, Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota ... Posted on 9/15/16 at 7:57 AM
STAFF BLOG PETERSON'S PERCEPTIONS Duhamel likes what he sees from Vikings QB Bridgewater
Minot native, actor and Minnesota Vikings fan Josh Duhamel was at Winter Park earlier this week to watch the Vikings organized team activities (OTAs). Duhamel joined Paul Allens radio show to talk pur... Posted on 6/8/16 at 2:12 PM
Ninth overall pick Anthony Barr signed a four-year deal with the Minnesota Vikings that includes $12.75 million guaranteed. Barr landed with the Vikings after Minnesota moved back from the eighth spot in a draft-day trade with the Cleveland Browns.
ATLANTA – Vikings owners Zygi, Mark and Leonard Wilf have been a part of the NFL’s annual Super Bowl sweepstakes since 2006, watching successful pitches from old hands like Houston, Phoenix and Miami, as well as from novice Indianapolis, Dallas and their home state of New Jersey.
Brian Murphy / St. Paul Pioneer Press
May 19, 2014
Join The Forum's Trevor Peterson, Eric Peterson and Kyle Potter for the Sports Writer's Roundtable. Topics are the Wild's chances, down 3-2, and a recap of the NFL draft from regional and local angles.
Minnesota Vikings first round draft pick Teddy Bridgewater revealed that the team tested him for an irregular heartbeat during a pre-draft visit. Bridgewater, the former Louisville quarterback, was taken 32nd overall - the last pick in the first round - Thursday night.
Join The Forum's Trevor Peterson, Eric Peterson and Rob Beer for the Sports Reporter's Roundtable. Topics of discussion include: Former NDSU players NFL draft possiblities, Vikings draft discussion and the Minnesota Wild looking dominant in game 3.
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