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Dan Snyder Open To Name Change in 2025

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Wait...what day is this? The First of April? Hmmmmmmm...

Scott Cunningham

In 2025, the owner of the Washington Redskins will likely be very open to changing the name...-ing rights of the stadium. You see, that is when the 27-year deal between FedEx and the Redskins is reportedly set to expire. The deal in place right now nets Dan north of $7.5 million every year. In related news, the naming rights for my house, my truck and my couch are all up for grabs. I'm not saying it will cost you $7.5 million for any one of them, but you should bid extremely aggressively.

My guess is that FedEx would have the best chance to keep the naming rights, but I would have no idea really since Dan does not consult me on such issues.

Wait, did you think I meant...?

Oh, jeez.

This is awkward. I can see why you may have thought that from the title, but this is just a naming rights article updating our readers on when the FedEx naming rights contract runs out.

As far as I know, Dan Snyder has no plans to change anything else about his operations.

Happy April 1st, y'all!

Here are some links to a couple of my better April 1st articles (I am partial to the Madden contest because we had people calling the Dallas Cowboys season ticket office):

FedEx Field Madden Contest

Replacement Players Tryouts During Lockout