The Minnesota Vikings are here to stay . . . at least for the next year, reported the Pioneer Press. They reported Thursday that they would not be filing a NFL required "intent to relocate" form by that day's deadline.
The Vikings will spend one more year in the Metrodome, but there is no guarantee that they will stay through 2014 unless plans for a new stadium go underway, Bloomberg Businessweek reported.
Gov. Mark Dayton urged congress to push the bill forward during this session, and not let it get held up until fall or beyond, reported CBS News.
In spite of this, the bill may run into trouble in the house and senate because of Minnesota's precarious financial situation and the upcoming election season, Bloomberg Businessweek reported.