09:33 AM ET 10.23 | If the Vikings get rebuked again for a new stadium before the end of the year, it would be surprising if they stay in Minnesota. The team's current attempt for a new venue is expected to be its last. It's clear that the Vikings won't be signing a lease extension at the Metrodome without a new stadium deal in place. Even if Los Angeles were not to work out for the Vikings, don't discount the possibility of San Antonio - home of former Vikings owner Red McCombs - coming up with a sweetheart deal. It's doubtful that McCombs, 84, who sold the Vikings to Zygi Wilf six years ago for $600 million while making a $450 million profit, would try to buy the team back. But he has clout in San Antonio and could become involved if there were an opportunity.