Owners unanimously approve sale to mall tycoon
WASHINGTON -- NFL owners on Wednesday unanimously approved the $600 million sale of the Minnesota Vikings to a group led by New Jersey shopping mall magnate Zygmunt Wilf.
Wilf was given to go-ahead to purchase the team from Red McCombs, with the closing date expected to take place in June.
Wilf immediately pledged to work to build a new stadium to replace the Metrodome, but he vowed that the team will stay in Minnesota.
"To me, this is not a matter of economics. This ...
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