Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf met with several state lawmakers on Thursday, just four days after a stadium bill was formally introduced at the State Capitol. He didn't get many promises from lawmakers, but he says the meetings were productive. Wilf says the team is working with "several" potential local community partners, but declined to name them. The only community publicly working toward a stadium site is Ramsey County. Wilf refused to say whether the team would prefer to stay in Minneapolis or if that city and Hennepin County are working on a stadium deal. Tom Hauser of 5 Eyewitness News reports.