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The Packers and the NFL are back in the same town, this time with a big-money bid

On Wednesday, the NFL and the Washington Redskins announced they had signed a new television deal that will put the two franchises in the heart of the nation’s capital for the first time in years.

The deal, which is worth up to $3 billion annually, will begin with the start of the 2016 regular season.

It will run through 2020.

The Redskins have the option to renew the deal beyond 2020, but the new TV deal will start with the 2019 season.

The new deal will also make the Redskins one of only four teams in the NFL to play on the same stadium for three consecutive years.

It is the second of those deals in the past six years, following the new stadium deal between the San Francisco 49ers and San Diego Chargers.

The teams also agreed to play a Super Bowl game at FedEx Field in 2020, which the NFL has already announced will take place in 2017.

The NFL’s new deal with the Redskins will run for eight years.

“We are pleased to announce that the Washington Football Club has reached a new agreement with the Washington Post Company and will be part of the Washington Nationals broadcast package,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement.

“The Washington Post is the home of The Washington Post and has long been a partner of the NFL in Washington, DC.

Goodell said that the new deal is a testament to the power of the team, which has been in the capital for more than 100 years. “

These new opportunities will allow us to continue building on our longstanding relationships with the community of Washington and its people.”

Goodell said that the new deal is a testament to the power of the team, which has been in the capital for more than 100 years.

Washington Post President and CEO Peter Block said in the statement that the team has been a “great partner” in the city for decades and that the move to the new venue “will enhance our relationship with the team.”

The team has also hosted some of the country’s biggest sporting events, including Super Bowl 50 and the Rose Bowl, and it has long had a passionate fan base in Washington.

In the latest episode of The Post Sports Show, host Ben Stein breaks down the latest in the world of politics, sports, and entertainment.

“Washington is the epicenter of sports, but it’s also where politics is made,” Stein said.

“In the days leading up to the 2020 elections, The Post asked a few of our fans to tell us their favorite political moments in the nation.

It was the kind of thing that would give you a headache,” Stein added.

“It was so much fun to get to know the fans.

The way they responded to the question and their stories were really amazing.

So the next time someone in your town asks you about sports, just give it to them. “

They are not the kind to sit around and talk about politics, but their passion is to do their job.

So the next time someone in your town asks you about sports, just give it to them.

It’s what they care about.”

The new agreement comes on the heels of the Redskins’ Super Bowl victory over the Chicago Bears in the Superdome in 2017, which was a big part of that deal.

It also comes a day after the NFL’s Board of Governors voted unanimously to approve a new TV and radio deal with ESPN.

The move came on the first day of a week-long convention that was supposed to be the last major political event in the country before the 2020 presidential election.

The Board also voted unanimously in favor of a new labor agreement with FedEx that will bring the NFL team to FedEx Field for the next eight years, though the deal has yet to be finalized.

The agreement will start the week of January 15, 2021, and run through 2022.

In addition to the TV deal, FedEx is also set to bring the team back to FedExField in 2020 for the NFL championship game.

The two sides also agreed in a separate agreement to work together on a joint fundraising initiative.

The stadium deal comes as the NFL continues to face criticism for the lack of stadium support for the league’s biggest game.

A recent report by The Washington Business Journal found that the NFL had lost more than $8 million in taxpayer-funded taxpayer-supported stadium advertising over the past decade.

And the NFL was also recently fined $5.3 million for failing to show enough interest in its stadium plan in the 2018 NFL draft.

The league has since re-signed with Comcast SportsNet for a four-year contract worth up a combined $1.2 billion.

The announcement comes as a blow to the Redskins, who have had to sell tickets for their home games for the past few seasons.

The team is hoping to sell more than 5 million season tickets this season, which would make it the third-most popular NFL franchise in history behind the Chicago Bulls and Miami Dolphins.