Evan Hilbert
Wednesday January 25th, 2012

A spokesman representing the Minnesota Vikings said that the team ownership is very frustrated with negotiations with Minnesota politicians, who have said that their only option for a new stadium is where the Metrodome currently sits, according to the Associated Press.

Minnesota vice president Lester Bagley said he is interested to hear the governor's explanation as to why the new stadium must be built on the Metrodome's site, which is the team's third choice, according to the AP. The other two options, according to the report, are a suburban stadium or one that sits on the opposite side of downtown Minneapolis from the Metrodome.

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