Minnesota Vikings: Roger Goodell to Give Details on NFL's Aid to New Stadium
Roger Goodell Will Give Details On NFL's Contribution to Minnesota Vikings' New Stadium
NFL Commissioner isn't only dealing with the NFL Lockout at this point in time. Believe it or not, he does have some other issues on his plate.
The Minnesota Vikings new stadium is extremely imperative to the team staying in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, and would put a hindrance on an NFL team moving to Los Angeles, a place that's also working on a state-of-the-art stadium.
Here's what ProFootballTalk reported on the situation:
After meeting Tuesday morning with Governor Mark Dayton, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said publicly that the league soon will disclose details regarding the league’s contribution toward a new Vikings stadium.
The $407 million to be contributed by the Vikings already includes money from the league. It remains to be seen whether the NFL will be going beyond whatever it had planned to contribute as part of the aforementioned (I hate that word, and I yet love that word) $407 million.
The Minnesota Legislature has six days remaining in its regular 2011 session to pass a stadium bill. To date, not a single hearing on the issue has been held.
It's hard to speculate on what exactly the NFL will contribute, but at least we'll hear something soon. Something to get our minds off the NFL Lockout.
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