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5 NFL Teams With New Stadiums on the Way

pedro47

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The Washington Commanders needs a new stadium. IMO
 

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The Browns don't need a new stadium. Especially where the owners are hoping to locate it- near our airport without the necessary access to it. And how they are looking to fund the build- us!
 

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The Browns don't need a new stadium. Especially where the owners are hoping to locate it- near our airport without the necessary access to it. And how they are looking to fund the build- us!
Hey, they didn’t get to be billionaires by spending their own money! :D
 

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So if these five stadiums go ahead as planned, after they're completed, what will be the oldest stadium in the NFL? The Superdome in NO? Lambeau field in GB?
 

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Not sure why anyone thinks taxpayers should pay 1 cent to the billionaire owners. In Seattle we just got a private developer to pay $1 billion of their own money to upgrade a city owned arena to accommodate our new hockey team. Plus the city still owns and gets to keep the arena even if the team moves. Great deal for taxpayers.
 

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Not sure why anyone thinks taxpayers should pay 1 cent to the billionaire owners.
I know this can be a contentious issue and it seems to be argued every time a team (or its owner) threatens to move the team to another city. By one stretch, I get what you and many others say that taxpayers should not fund privately-owned teams or the stadiums. But OTOH, it is often argued that keeping a major league team in the city brings financial benefits such as jobs in nearby establishments. It also fosters a sense of civic pride.

I'm not saying I support one side or the other. These are just arguments for both sides.
 

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I know this can be a contentious issue and it seems to be argued every time a team (or its owner) threatens to move the team to another city. By one stretch, I get what you and many others say that taxpayers should not fund privately-owned teams or the stadiums. But OTOH, it is often argued that keeping a major league team in the city brings financial benefits such as jobs in nearby establishments. It also fosters a sense of civic pride.

I'm not saying I support one side or the other. These are just arguments for both sides.
Cities need to play hardball. They can force the team owners to pay for the stadiums.
 
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