CHICAGO — A judgment in a New Jersey civil lawsuit shouldn't impede the ability of the Minnesota Vikings' owners to finance their contribution to a $975 million partially bond-financed professional football stadium, a review ordered by the public agency overseeing the project found.

The family that owns the team may face a criminal probe in the future over the case, but that finding was not sufficient to raise red flags over the team's financing package, the review found.

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