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COOKE SAYS HIS NEW STADIUM WON'T TAKE HIS NAME
Published March 26, 1996
Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke told the WASHINGTON POST that he plans on selling naming rights to the team's new stadium in suburban Maryland. Cooke, who is spending $170M on the facility, says he has been contacted by companies interested in putting their name on the stadium, but failed to give more details (Dave Sell, WASHINGTON POST, 3/26).