Happy Thirsty Thorsday, everyone! It's good to be back home. Sorry this is a little late, but I had a lot of stuff to catch up on this morning.
Around the DN since our last open thread:
Arif posted Norse Code Podcast 137: Bear Necessities.
Ted and Eric teamed up to give us30-26 of the top 30 Vikings for 2016.
Vikings news from other sources:
Here are the latest photos of U.S. Bank Stadium, including aerial photos.
Moritz is adjusting to his new life with the Vikings.
The Vikings aim for 'world-class environment' at their future Eagan home.
In what I'm sure will generate some discussion on here, the U.S. Bank Stadium partners announced plans for a craft beer program.
Go here to vote for the Vikings Cheerleaders Swimsuit Calendar cover girl.
Around the NFL:
According to Karlos Dansby, a lot of the Browns players 'shut down' during the 2015 season, from NFL.com.
From Yahoo Sports, many athletes were bilked in a scheme, including Mark Sanchez. The adviser, who was approved by the NFLPA, reportedly mishandled more than $30 million of athletes' money. Wow, that NFLPA is sure effective. What good have they done for players?
From ESPN, here are NFL players with ties to the CFL.
Kepler redeemed himself on offense AND defense after an early error put the Phillies on top, and the Twins won 6-5.
Well, I can't YouTube to fire up on my work computer, so I guess there's no media selection today.