According to NBC, Washington D.C. wants the Redskins back within the city. The problem is that the team’s lease at FedEx Field in Prince George’s County, Md., runs through 2027, seemingly keeping the team there for the immediate future.
However, an odd mutual solution to this conundrum may come from the fact that that the FBI wants to move from its headquarters, which is in fact within the District of Columbia.
Under a proposed agreement that the two cities have reportedly talked about, Prince George’s County would let the Redskins out of their lease to move into a new stadium on the current site of RFK Stadium, in exchange for Washington supporting moving the FBI to Prince George’s County.
Of course, D.C. is already in disputes with Maryland and Virginia as to where a new FBI HQ would actually be, so this is far from a done deal. Nonetheless, two cities actually trading the FBI for the Redskins is a fun thought.
If the Redskins move, maybe they would also finally take the opportunity to change their name while they’re at it.
This is Ray Lewis‘ new facemask. We’re just surprised it was possible to make him look even more terrifying.
Photo via Twitter/Bleacher Report
“It’s up to the team. I don’t care.”
–Chicago Cubs’ new Japanese import Kyuji Fujikawa, asked about the possibility of being traded during the season
— Rick Klein (@rickklein) December 7, 2012
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