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Vikings’ ownership sees positivity from new leadership

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By BRIAN HALL
Associated Press

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Taking a day of regular training camp away from their team facilities, the Minnesota Vikings traveled for an afternoon practice at U.S. Bank Stadium as a way for the new coaching staff and players to become more comfortable with their gameday surroundings. Like many things under new general manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah and coach Kevin O’Connell, the trip offered a fresh outlook for a team needing one after missing the playoffs three of the past four seasons. Three days into camp, Vikings ownership is enjoying what it sees from its new leadership.

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