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NFL Owners Approve Falcons' Stadium Funding; Team Granted Maximum $200M05 / 21 / 13
NFL owners this morning at their spring meetings in Boston approved the Falcons for $200M in G-4 financing toward construction of a new stadium. The Falcons are the third team, following the 49ers and Vikings, to tap into the full amount that is available to teams through the league's current stadi...
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