Breaking News: LeBron James Signs With Minnesota Vikings

John ThomasCorrespondent IJuly 5, 2010

BOSTON - MAY 13:  LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers wipes the sweat from his face in the fourth quarter against the Boston Celtics during Game Six of the Eastern Conference Semifinals of the 2010 NBA playoffs at TD Garden on May 13, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Celtics defeated the Cavaliers 94-85.  NOTE TO USER: User Expressly Acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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Finally, we know where LeBron James will call home.

He has decided to leave Cleveland and join the Minnesota Vikings to become the team's starting quarterback.

Other reports state that King James will pull double-duty and become the superstar of the Minnesota Timberwolves' struggling basketball team.

The Akron Beacon Journal also says that James may be placed into the Minnesota Twins farm system. However, ESPN's Buster Olney believes this is unlikely.

Meanwhile, the Vikings have released quarterback Brett Favre in order to make room for LeBron on their roster.

Reports state that Favre is headed to Cleveland to replace James as the Cavaliers' superstar. The Browns' need for a decent quarterback may bring Brett back into the NFL for another season.

Unfortunately for Favre, quarterback Jake Delhomme stands in his way. On Favre's move to Cleveland, Delhomme said, "I don't think I have much to worry about. He [Favre] is the all-time NFL leader in career interceptions. Since I throw so few interceptions, it shouldn't be an issue."

Despite Delhomme's confidence, Favre is the projected starter for Cleveland.

Essentially, LeBron James has been traded for Brett Favre straight up, making Manny Ramirez's dugout forecast that he will be traded for Favre incorrect.

In other sports news, Roy Halladay threw his second perfect game of the season two days ago. He shut down the New York Mets, striking out 11 in nine innings of perfect baseball.

However, no one outside of the Philadelphia area knew of this event until just now. SportsCenter had not completed its Favre and James 24/7 coverage.