Vikings have a lot to do this off-season

Fox Sports North's Tim Yotter put together an off-season checklist for the Vikings to follow. He says they have to finalize the coaching staff, settle on a QB, fix the offensive line, find starters in the draft and get a new stadium approved.
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Fox Sports North's Tim Yotter put together an off-season checklist for the Vikings to follow. He says they have to finalize the coaching staff, settle on a QB, fix the offensive line, find starters in the draft and get a new stadium approved.

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