This is the November 13, 2012 news archive. View today's Vikings rumors and news.
Gov. Mark Dayton wrote a stern letter Tuesday to the owners of the Vikings threatening to undo the stadium deal if they pass on the cost of building the $975 million project to the fans, Richard Meryhew and Baird Helgeson of the Minneapolis Star Tribune…Share Tweet
Souhan: Mr. Wilf, your greed is showingGov. Dayton is right to fight the Vikings owner's desire for extensive use of Personal Seat Licenses at the new stadium.Share TweetA charge of resisting arrest was dismissed after the Houston panel ruled in favor of the Vikings running back.Share TweetMinnesota governor Mark Dayton sent a nasty letter to the Vikings on Tuesday regarding the team’s intended use of PSLs to partially finance the team’s $477 million contribution toward a new stadium. The Vikings have responded with a tactful, yet poiShare Tweet
Vikings stadium bill contemplates PSLs, foreign gamesprofootballtalk.com Nov 13, 2012Governor Mark Dayton isn’t happy the the Vikings will be playing at least one home game in London. He’s also miffed that the team is considering the use of Personal Seat Licenses to raise the team’s portion of the contribution toward a new stadiumShare Tweet
Go Figure: Blair Walsh to the Pro Bowl? Vikings to the playoffs?This week's eye-opening collection of facts and stats has plenty to digest.Share Tweet
Jared Allen raises nearly $300,000 for wounded warriorsprofootballtalk.com Nov 13, 2012Vikings defensive end Jared Allen has been raising plenty of money for wounded warriors via an unconventional golf tournament. On Friday night, he generated a large chunk of what he calls cashish through more traditional means. The First Annual Jared A…Share Tweet
Healthy Peterson Outruns Conventional Wisdomnytimes.com Nov 13, 2012An injury late last season had most people figuring 2012 would be a lost year for Minnesota's Adrian Peterson, but the Vikings' running back leads the league in rushing and is showing no signs of slowing.Share Tweet
A rare two-point runTwo-point plays are unusual. Having a running back run it in even more so.Share TweetWith Harvin (sprained ankle) expected to be healthy coming out of the bye week, the question is whether the Vikings can use him and Wright at the same time.Share Tweet
Resisting Arrest Charges Against Adrian Peterson Have Been Droppe...Nov 13Kevin Seifert with the latest on Adrian Peterson's legal issues.
Just Sayin': Adrian Peterson makes a comebackNov 13Is Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson one of the most indestructible forces in NFL history? "NFL AM" analyst Mark Kriegel talks about Peterson's impressive comeback.
Double Coverage: Would New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez be better on another team?Nov 13Steve Wyche and Mark Kriegel discuss whether New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez would be better on another team, and also talk about which former coach should return to the sidelines.