Vikings' finale will be televised locally; TE Allen Reisner re-signed
Get the 1500 ESPN SportsWire delivered to your inbox daily, and keep up with all the news in Twin Cities Sports
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The Minnesota Vikings' sellout streak has survived one of the worst seasons in franchise history.
Sunday's finale against the Chicago Bears will be televised locally, Vikings vice president of sales and marketing Steve LaCroix said in an email on Wednesday, with "a very limited number of tickets still available" for purchase via Ticketmaster.
It's the 144th consecutive sellout for the Vikings, who haven't had a local TV blackout since 1997. The game is a noon kickoff and will be televised on Fox.