Chris Kluwe’s case against Vikings is over; He demands they release the evidence

kluThe Minnesota Vikings and the National Football League (NFL) have completed an investigation into former Viking Chris Kluwe’s allegations against a coach.

A source told Channel 5 news in Minnesota, that the Vikings are now reconsidering releasing the investigative report because it is “damaging and embarrassing” to the organization.

About six months ago, Kluwe, who used to play for the Vikings,accused a coach of making anti-gay slurs in a team meeting. Kluwe also criticized then-head coach Leslie Frazier and current General Manager Rick Spielman for not supporting him when he spoke out about the incident.

The news station went on to say the Vikings have already made changes in their organization and are approaching this very seriously and are taking responsible action to “correct any homophobic culture that exists within the organization.” 

Kluwe has threatened a workplace discrimination lawsuit if the Vikings do not acknowledge and address his concerns.

The team released this statement in regards to the investigation:

“We have taken this investigation extremely seriously and an exhaustive review is in its final stages. As we have maintained throughout this process, we will have further comment when the investigation is entirely complete and the Vikings have made determinations on next steps.”

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