Dayton Signs Bill, Vikes make moves 15 May 12

The Vikings are another step closer to staying in Minnesota. Governor Mark Dayton has signed off on a bill that will fund a new stadium for the team. The 975-million-dollar project won final legislative approval last Thursday.

The Minneapolis City Council still has to approve the bill. The new fixed-roof stadium will sit on the current site of the Metrodome, where the Vikings have played since 1982. The Vikings hope to open the stadium for the 2016 season.

Vikings Make Minor Moves
(Eden Prairie, MN) — The Vikings made a pair of roster moves yesterday. The Vikes signed guard Tyler Holmes. Minnesota also waived wide receiver Kris Adams.