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Minnesota Vikings stadium plan gets go-ahead from House

After years of setbacks, the Minnesota Vikings can finally point to a major victory in their quest for a new stadium, as the Minnesota House passed a stadium financing proposal on Monday night. The state Senate is set to take up the bill on Tuesday. Tune into NFL Network and for all the latest.

Debate: Kurt Warner's remarks

Kurt Warner created a quite stir by saying that he would rather his sons not play football. Our analysts give their thoughts. **More ...**

Here's what else is on tap for Tuesday:

In the latest revelation in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, it was revealed that former Saints defensive end Anthony Hargrove told the NFL he was instructed to deny the existence of a bounty program by Saints assistants Gregg Williams and Joe Vitt in 2010 -- a charge that Vitt denied.

Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma filed a letter stating his intent to appeal his season-long suspension Monday, while the three other players suspended in the Saints bounty scandal jointly filed a "reservation of rights" letter to appeal with the NFL.

Terrell Owens, who reportedly made $80 million in the NFL but now claims to have little money left, will face off with three of the mothers of his children on "Dr. Phil" on Tuesday.

Denver Broncos general manager Brian Xanders, who survived the ouster of Mike Shanahan and Josh McDaniels, will be leaving his post as the team continues its front-office restructuring under John Elway.

After watching the Dallas Cowboys practice, personnel guru Gil Brandt thinks this year's draft could turn the team around heading into 2013.

Darlington: Stories define Seau

More than anything, Junior Seau will be remembered for the fun, impactful stories he leaves behind, Jeff Darlington writes. **More ...** reporter Steve Wyche takes a look at 2011's NFC division champions, and asks if they've done enough in the offseason to hold off their challengers in 2012. Check back later Tuesday as Wyche does the same with the AFC.

Does Peyton Manning crack your top players of 2012 list? Is Tim Tebow deserving? Set your rankings using our new top 100 voting app and make your voice heard. And don't forget to tune into NFL Network at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday as players 71-80 are revealed.

Happy birthday to former San Francisco 49ers defensive back and Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott, who turns 53 on Tuesday, and to former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher, who turns 55.

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