MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Vikings still aren't discussing important agreements pertaining to the construction and operation of their planned football palace.
But they have taken a significant step this week in hopes of resuming those negotiations.
As of Wednesday, the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority's investigation into the team's ownership was moving along smoothly after the Vikings turned over integral information, authority chair Michele Kelm-Helgen said. She's confident the MSFA soon will have everything it needs to conduct a thorough investigation of team owner Zygi Wilf and the New Jersey lawsuit that has raised questions about his family's business practices and ability to finance the team's portion of the 975 million stadium.
"We're feeling really positive about the process at this point," Kelm-Helgen told FOXSportsNorth.com.
That wasn't the vibe a few days ago.
The Vikings announced late last week they won't be discussing the stadium's use and development agre...