Vikings co-owner and president Mark Wilf joined PFT Live on Thursday to talk about the new Vikings stadium, which is expected to open in 2016.
Topics included whether there will be a retractable roof, the duration of the eventual stay at TCF Bank Stadium, whether beer will be sold there (a surprisingly important issue for fans), and whether the process has begun to sell naming rights to the venue.
He offered the spot to PFT. (We’ll try to save up as much money as we can between now and 2016.)
Wilf also addressed Adrian Peterson’s hill sprints with Percy Harvin, whether an effort will be made to recover a portion of the signing bonus paid to retired cornerback Asher Allen, whether the NFL should use a draft lottery (especially since a late-season win over the Redskins knocked the Vikings out of the Luck-Griffin zone), and what his expectations are for the team in 2012.