MINNEAPOLIS, MN (KDAL) - An independent auditor hired by the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority has concluded that Vikings owner Zigi Wilf and his family will be able to meet financial obligations regarding the new football stadium even if punitive damages from a New Jersey lawsuit are steep. The Authority Chair says the NFL would step in and honor the contract if for some reason the WIlfs couldn't fulfill their obligations. Ground is expected to be broken on the new stadium in Minneapolis during the first week of November.
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