The big question is if he and the Vikings have worked out a new contract.
The man had entered a multi-family building and stopped communicating.
Dontevius Ahmad Catchings was shot outside the Shiloh Temple, where a funeral for one of the victims of a May shooting was taking place.
The latest figures from MDH.
She was among the protestors Sunday night when a motorist drove through the crowd.
The AG's office accused the nonprofit hospital of violating a regulatory agreement.
The 24-year-old was airlifted to a hospital.
The incident follows a string of drownings in Minnesota over the weekend.
The crash happened Sunday afternoon.
JUUT is closed after 35 years at the Hennepin and Lake Street location.
Three people were injured.
Former Vikings quarterback Brett Favre says he's happy the truth is finally coming out about the New Orleans Saints bounty program. He tells Sports Illustrated "some of their guys should have been fined more" for cheap shots during the 2009 NFC Championship Game. But in the end, Favre says the biggest thing that bugs him is that Minnesota lost.
The NFL released more details about bounties the Saints put on opponents in 2009. The bounty on Brett Favre during the NFC title game was at least $35,000. Original reports suggested it was a $10,000 bounty, initiated by linebacker Jonathan Vilma -- but he wasn't alone...
According to Sports Illustrated, moments after Brett Favre was injured in the 2009 NFC Championship game, an unnamed Saints player can be heard through a microphone yelling, "Pay me my money!" Saints defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove can also be heard saying, "Favre is out of the game! Favre is done! Favre is done!" This could prove costly to the Saints as the NFL investigates the team's bounty system it employed during it's run to the Super Bowl.
Brad Childress doesn't want to look back at the 2009 NFC Championship game in which the Saints allegedly put a bounty on Vikings quarterback Brett Favre. Childress, the current offensive coordinator of the Browns, says the NFL is a "forward-looking business" and the league "did what they needed to do."
The NFL Players Association is challengings NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's authority to suspend four current and former New Orleans players who took part in the Saints' bounty program, which targeted former Vikings quarterback Brett Favre.
Ex-Viking linebacker Ben Leber played in Minnesota during the two years Brett Favre did, the second of which the QB admitted he came back mainly because the money was too good to pass up. Leber says that just means Favre “wasn’t committed” to the Vikings.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has suspended New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton for a full year. The suspension stems from a bounty system the league says the Saints maintained for three years that paid defensive players to knock opposing players out of games, including the 2009 NFC Championship game against the Vikings.
Brett Favre told NFL Network that he came back to the Vikings in 2010 because of the money. He also said people might think he is crazy, but he doesn't need Green Bay to retire his jersey "to solidify my career.”
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