U.S. Bank stadium, the new home of the Minnesota Vikings NFL football team, is shown during a media tour Tuesday, July 19, 2016, in Minneapolis. The Vikings will open their 2016 season in the $1.1 billion facility, which features glass in its roof and walls to allow light to pour in.
U.S. Bank stadium, the new home of the Minnesota Vikings NFL football team, is shown during a media tour Tuesday, July 19, 2016, in Minneapolis. The Vikings will open their 2016 season in the $1.1 billion facility, which features glass in its roof and walls to allow light to pour in. Jim Mone The Associated Press
U.S. Bank stadium, the new home of the Minnesota Vikings NFL football team, is shown during a media tour Tuesday, July 19, 2016, in Minneapolis. The Vikings will open their 2016 season in the $1.1 billion facility, which features glass in its roof and walls to allow light to pour in. Jim Mone The Associated Press

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