Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman is convinced the Vikings will be sold and move to Los Angeles if they don't get a new stadium.
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Would the threat of the Vikings relocating be less if Glen Taylor owned the team? Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman believes that is the case. Hartman points out that the Wilfs have no real ties to Minnesota, but do have millions of dollars in real estate property in southern California.
Reaction to one of Sid Hartman's latest statements is making the Star Tribune columnist seem a bit too excited about Vikings wide receiver Jerome Simpson. Hartman said Simpson will be "another Cris Carter." You know, the same Cris Carter that is fourth on the NFL's all-time receptions list.
This opinion column is like blunt force trauma to NFL fans hoping the Vikings move to Los Angeles. Jeff Cesario points out that L.A. has plenty of team-specific football bars and does just fine without its own team. He also points out that Hollywood will never love a football team as much as Minnesota fans do.
Minneapolis City Council members voted 7-6 in a decision to back the Vikings stadium funding plan, which is moving through the legislature. $675 million in city generated taxes will be retained through 2046 to fund the stadium.
Emotional aftershocks from the Vikings stadium proposal being voted down by a House committee Monday night have been felt all over the state of Minnesota. Gov. Mark Dayton still has hope for 2013, but an official with the Vikings says "there is no next year." Follow all of the latest stadium reaction right here.
Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan takes Rep. Dean Urdahl, R-Grove City, to the woodshed for asking "Why should the state of Minnesota contribute to a stadium for a billionaire owner?" Urdahl, however, voted in favor of the latest Vikings stadium package.