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PFT Live: Jay Glazer and Vikings stadium talk

J. Glazer

Months after shaming Florio to get in better shape, Jay Glazer of FOX joins PFT Live on Thursday.

Glazer will talk about why he’s so bored during the lockout, and go over the latest rumors he’s hearing from around the league.

With time running out for the Vikings to get a stadium proposal approved, we also welcome Vikings VP of Public Affairs and Stadium Development Lester Bagley to the show.

Watch it live right here at noon.

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11 Responses to “PFT Live: Jay Glazer and Vikings stadium talk”
  1. thephantomstranger says: May 19, 2011 11:55 AM

    What a shock that Lester Bagley would be available.

  2. jw731 says: May 19, 2011 11:57 AM

    If ever the term…”Time to do some yard work, or mow the grass, mulch whatever” …it would be noon today

  3. agelardi says: May 19, 2011 12:02 PM

    Go fight some MMA Jay, then you won’t be so bored.

  4. bangithard says: May 19, 2011 12:12 PM

    let’s talk about ways to spend more taxpayers money so a priveledged few can run a sports team and a few more priveledge people can buy PSL’s or other amenities.

    Give me a break – STOP THIS PUBLIC FUNDING. Or better yet, fund this ONLY IF THE PUBLIC OWNS THE TEAM

  5. 2mannings1cup says: May 19, 2011 12:17 PM

    He looks like a thanksgiving turkey, cooked to perfection.

  6. spikeit2times says: May 19, 2011 12:28 PM

    All you sheeple demanding the public doesn’t pay for the stadium need to do some homework for cripes sake. The State and County (not to mention City) already use the parking lots and the dome more than than Vikes do. Not only that; the State would never aree to pay something if there wasn’t a benefit to them. Building in Arden Hills opens up a HUGE oppotunity to develop that land further than just the stadium. This means jobs … and not just the temporary construction jobs. People work at this buildings as long as they are occupied. And all of those jobs means more taxes being paid. In turn, helping in the long run to keep YOUR taxes down.

    Look some crap up instead of consistantly basing your opinions on those who are simply looking to get re-elected.

    Support your team, support helping them stay.

  7. tominma says: May 19, 2011 12:29 PM

    There should never be public funding for stadiums in professional sports. The owners have, or should have, enough money to fund it themselves. No public money was used to build Gillette Stadium, the Bank North Garden or the renovations to Fenway Park!! ONLY some infrastructure was provided! If I cant afford to go to games, or simply cant go, why should I have to pay for it??? I SHOULDNT!!

  8. spikeit2times says: May 19, 2011 12:41 PM

    Also …

    Are gignt o sit there and tell me that you’ll put that same thinking into EVERYTHING else that similar? Like; how about the state also takes away the tax break for home improvements? How about education? Should the State also stop spending your tax money on helping people get a college education? States do all they can to attrcat businesses to their area in an effort to increase jobs. the increase in jobs offsets the tax breaks the companies get, by increasing the amount the state gets through incoe taxes. Which the business owners also pay. And funny how when we talk about the lockout how “this is a business” to you stadium nay-sayers. then when it comes to the stadium, it’s suddenly just a sport.

  9. dogsweat1 says: May 19, 2011 12:53 PM

    Bow Down and give billionaire Zygi Wolf your money….

    Worship the Vikings Master…

  10. yortnella says: May 19, 2011 12:55 PM

    Why do some people that make comments not understand the tax revenue brought in by the players, games, etc? Some public money should be used give the state, county, and city will be getting the tax benefit.

    Wait…let them leave so the actual tax deficit increases. vs the situation today.

  11. packerswambulance says: May 19, 2011 2:23 PM

    Vikings Fans-Go to the Minnesota Momentum page on Facebook and sign up. Today they have links to phone #’s for Governors, Reps, and Senators offices.Each call takes about 30 seconds. Make the call and get a stadium.

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