The Minnesota Vikings are reportedly close to signing a deal to remain in Minnesota, though a team executive denied on Monday that an agreement was "imminent."
Peter King reported on NBC's "Football Night in America" Sunday that it's no longer a question of "if" but "when" the team officially commits to staying in the state, according to ProFootballTalk.com.
"While we continue to work hard on a stadium solution in Minnesota, there is no agreement imminent," Anderson tweeted, after writing that the team "took note of Peter King's optimism last night and today about the prospects for a new stadium."
"The lease expires after the season, we are encouraged by positive discussions and we remain hopeful a resolution will be reached in MN," Anderson added.
There has been speculation that the Vikings could move to Los Angeles if they're unable to arrange a deal for a new stadium in Minnesota.
The team would prefer to build a new stadium in suburban Ramsey County, but some state officials favor a new stadium in downtown Minneapolis.