What, Did Keith Millard Say No?

News Item: Minnesota SenateGubernatorial Candidate Lourey Picks Ex-Viking as Running Mate
It’s Tim Baylor, who briefly played safety for the Vikes in the late ’70s before becoming a prominent Twin Cities businessman. He’s also one of the few Vikings of the last two decades with no charges of DWI, public drunkenness, Whizzinator possession, lewd conduct, or bigamy on his rap sheet. Another is Alan Page, who is a state Supreme Court justice.
And in other Vikings news, the Smootgate case is over after Smoot himself and another defendant agreed to plead guilty, robbing us of what will likely be the year’s most entertaining trial.
And Rick Spielman has been hired to replace Fran Foley as VP of player personnel. Spielman is best known as the guy who was supposed to be the power behind the throne when Dan Marino was briefly GM of the Dolphins, but at least he’s better than Foley and last year’s lack of a GM.

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