Film star Josh Duhamel to be honorary Vikings hornblower Sunday

"Transformers" film star Josh Duhamel will apparently be at the Metrodome Sunday to make some noise for the Vikings. The Minot, N.D., native and Minnesota pro sports fan says on his Twitter account that he will be an "honorary Viking" and will get to sound the horn before the game.
Author:
Updated:
Original:

"Transformers" film star Josh Duhamel will apparently be at Mall of America Field at the Metrodome Sunday to make some noise for the Vikings.

The Minot, N.D., native and Minnesota pro sports fan announced why he'll be at the game on his Twitter account.

Duhamel, 39, starred as military man Lennox in all three "Transformers" movies, the hit romantic comedy "Life as We Know It" and the NBC television series "Las Vegas." His upcoming film slate includes "Safe Haven," based on the best-selling novel by Nicholas Sparks.

There's no word whether Duhamel's wife, Black-Eyed Peas singer Fergie, will join him for the game.

Next Up

Jaylen Twyman

Vikings rookie Jaylen Twyman shot in Washington D.C.

The sixth-round pick is expected to make a full recovery

Sylvia Fowles

Napheesa Collier, Sylvia Fowles named to Olympic women's basketball team

The Lynx stars will try to help U.S.A. win their seventh straight gold medal.

Pixabay - gavel court

Man accused of dropping 42-pound cinder block on victim's head found guilty

The victim suffered severe brain trauma and was eventually transferred to a long-term care facility.

Water

Woman, 57, identified as Zumbro River drowning victim

She drowned Friday afternoon in the southeastern Minnesota river.

Go Fund Me - Adam Richard Johnson

Fundraiser to help get 'decent funeral and burial' for man found dismembered

Adam Richard Johnson is described as a beloved father and family member.

FLickr - AL Franken 2016 - Lorie Shaull

Al Franken announces live Minneapolis show as part of 15-city tour

The former senator continues to inch back into the public limelight.

Stock U of M sign

U of M reveals new safety measures following shooting that injured 5

Expect a larger, more prominent law enforcement presence in nearby neighborhoods.

logging

New $440M wood manufacturing plant to be built on Iron Range

A $15 million forgivable state loan for the project was approved Monday.

State Capitol.

After GOP filibusters, lawmakers have 9 days to pass budget bills

If the Minnesota Legislature doesn't pass its budget bills by June 30, the government will shutdown on July 1.

Related

Vikings' Carlson aims to play Sunday

Litchfield Minnesota native John Carlson is doing everything he can to make sure he's able to play in the Vikings' season opener against the Jaguars on Sunday. Carlson missed most of training camp with a sprained knee, but head coach Leslie Frazier says the tight end mentally prepared to play in the game.

Vikings' Peterson predicts he'll play Sunday

The biggest question in Vikings territory? Hands down, whether or not Adrian Peterson will play Sunday when Minnesota opens the season against Jacksonville at the Metrodome. Right now, all signs point to the running back meeting his goal of returning to action on Week 1 after having surgery last December on two torn knee ligaments.