Recent talks have begun on building D.C United, Washington D.Cís soccer team, a new stadium located at Buzzard Point. If all goes as planned, the framework will be in place by the end of the year. So what does that mean for the Redskins?
Washingtonians loyal to the Washington Redskins have been arguing for years that the team has no business playing in Landover, Maryland, which is just outside of the Nations Capital where then Jack Kent Cooke Stadium was built in 1997. In fact a lot of fans believe moving to Maryland has in fact been a curse to the team since thatís when the team started to collapse after itís reign in the 80′s and early 90′s.
So what does this move mean for the Washington Redskins? Well right now, nothing. The teamís lease at FedExField is not up until 2027, another 15 years, and in talks with Cindy Boren, a Redskins spokesmen said ďthe team plans to be there till the lease is up.Ē In 2010 reports sparked up about the Redskins possibly moving back to D.C when Councilman Jack Evans said he would ďLike to see the Redskins back in D.C.Ē
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