The owners of the Minnesota Vikings just made a very generous gift to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The Wilf Family Foundation led by Zygi, Mark, and Lenny Wilf donated $1 million dollars to the HOF in Canton, Ohio. The money will help build a new 'Founders Exhibit' at the hall which will be about....you guessed it...NFL owners and "the impact these men and women have had on the growth of the league and the effect on communities across the country."

“We have such a strong appreciation for what the NFL has meant, and continues to mean, to our family and to so many people around the world,” Mark Wilf said in a press release. “While football is the ultimate team sport, it also has a unique ability to bring communities together and teach lessons applicable to everyday life. We want to honor those who helped make the game what it is today and further commemorate the NFL’s first 100 years.”

14 Minnesota Vikings are permanently honored in the Hall of Fame, the latest being Superfreak Randy Moss.