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Earth to ESPN: Vikings have stadium deal

We all know the Vikings are in line to get a new stadium. But ESPN didn't get the memo. In a nationwide radio program this morning, Vikings players were asked if "rumors of the team moving to Los Angeles" would affect the team in 2012.
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