Posts Tagged ‘Zygi Wilf’

Minnesota Vikings owner relieved deal reached for stadium

It’s been a long road but Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf is relieved that the state legislature has finally approved a bill to build a new stadium and keep the team right where it is.

The Morning After: Bud Grant, old school

Yes, it’s a special Tuesday edition of The Morning After. But only because Bud Grant made it happen.

Four teams have been linked to Vincent Jackson

One result of the ruling on Vincent Jackson’s current NFL suspension is that it will likely accelerate the timeline for a potential trade.

Several coaches not thrilled with OT vote

The new overtime rule change was not welcome by all coaches, some of whom were not pleased that the vote, which owners approved 28-4, took place earlier than expected and while many of them were out golfing.

Overtime rule could make its way to regular season

While owners voted overwhelmingly (28-4) in favor of the new overtime rule, Vikings owner Zygi Wilf challenged its uniformity, arguing it should be applied to both the regular season and playoffs. That might not be that far off.

Wilf, McNair take opposite sides on OT proposal

Vikings owner Zygi Wilf and Texans chairman & CEO Robert McNair offered differing opinions on the proposed playoff overtime rule change from the NFL Annual Meeting.

Report: Competition Committee approves OT proposal

The latest out of the NFL Annual Meeting Sunday is that the Competition Committee has voted the proposal for the overtime rule changes through, according to the Boston Globe.

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