The Minnesota Vikings and their former punter Chris Kluwe said Friday they reached an out-of-court settlement that will prevent him from suing the team.
Kluwe threatened to sue for more than $10 million because the team wouldn’t release the full investigation into his claims about what he said was a culture of discrimination.
In Star Tribune, Clayton Halunen, Kluwe’s attorney, said a statement about the settlement would be issued Monday with a tentative news conference on Tuesday.
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