Minneapolis, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - The Minnesota Vikings tackled Northland flood relief Friday night during their game against the Bills.
The team's owners Zygi and Mark Wilf presented a $10,000 check to several Northland Mayors including Don Ness of Duluth and Ted Shaw of Moose Lake.
The money will go toward the Twin Ports Region Long Term Flood Relief fund.
Vikings fans are also helping contribute to the fund through a Text-2- Give campaign. Fans can text "FLOOD12" to 20-222 to donate $5 dollars to the fund.