Minneapolis, MN (Learfield)  --  Wells Fargo rejects calls for it to remove two big signs, 56-by-56 feet, on its downtown buildings in Minneapolis.  A federal judge will hear oral arguments next Friday on the Vikings' request for those signs to come down.  

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The N-F-L team says the signs would be a "photo-bomb" next to its new U-S Bank Stadium home.  Wells Fargo says the claims that its signs would irreparably injure the team are a legal argument never recognized in a court before.

U-S Bank paid millions to put its name on that stadium and having the name of a competing financial institution appear in the background could have an impact, though U-S Bank isn't part of the suit.