GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. – Former Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe said that he met with investigators on Friday in connection to allegations Kluw made about special teams coach Mike Priefer.
The Vikings started an independent investigation after Kluwe claimed in a Deadspin article that Priefer made anti-gay remarks to him when he played for Minnesota.
Kluwe called the meeting "good" and "very productive." He said the meeting lasted "a significant amount of time."
Out of respect to the investigation, he declined to offer up specifics of what was discussed during the meeting.
He said there are no other meetings scheduled, but he told KARE 11 that he will continue to fully cooperate with the investigation. He also said that he is not aware of the a timeline for the investigation to be complete.
In recent days, there have been reports that Priefer will join newly hired Mike Zimmer's staff.
The Vikings are not officially naming their coach staff until each of the coaches deals are finalized.