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The big doors opened on the new Minnesota Vikings stadium for the first time Friday. The process took about five minutes, accompanied by a loud beeping sound.
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The Twins sent Jose Berrios down after his latest poor outing on Thursday in a loss to Detroit
Concerns over Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater not throwing long passes have been quelled as the team prepares for its first preseason game inside U.S. Bank Stadium
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Rookie Jose Berrios had the Twins down 6-0 after three innings but stayed in the game to get work and preserve the Twins bullpen.
When U.S. Bank Stadium plays host to its first Vikings game Sunday, Adrian Peterson will be in street clothes watching most of his fellow starters get their final preseason tune-up.
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