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Super Bowl locations: 2020, 2021, 2022 and beyond

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Super Bowl locations: 2020, 2021, 2022 and beyond

Anyone who wishes to attend a Super Bowl in the near future now can start planning.

The NFL has announced where the Super Bowl will be played for the next five seasons, with next year's game being played in Miami. The state of Florida will also host the Super Bowl a year later in Tampa.

Here are the future Super Bowl locations for the next five seasons:

Super Bowl LIV: February 2, 2020, Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

Super Bowl LV: February 7, 2021, Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

Super Bowl LVI: February 6, 2022, LA Stadium at Hollywood Park, Los Angeles, California

Super Bowl LVII: February 5, 2023, State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona

Super Bowl LVIII: February 4, 2024, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, New Orleans, Louisiana

Every stadium except LA Stadium at Hollywood Park, which is currently being constructed and plans to open in 2020, has hosted a Super Bowl before.

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Wale reveals on twitter his preferred Washington football name and a receiver he wants

Wale reveals on twitter his preferred Washington football name and a receiver he wants

Wale apparently knows how to get to the point.

The acclaimed rapper and famous Washington football fan sent out a tweet on Wednesday that revealed his stance on two hot topics: The team's next name and their wide receiver situation.

By now, you're well aware of what's going on with that first issue. As for the second, the depth chart on the outside is looking even more sparse after Kelvin Harmon's torn ACL.

Well, Wale needed just six words to show where his head is at in regards to both conversations:

 

While the Red Wolves movement is growing in size every day, the artist seems to have already adopted Washington FC, a.k.a. Washington Football Club, as his personal label for the franchise he's long supported.

And though many are hoping Ron Rivera will opt to bring in Antonio Brown to inject the offense with talent, Wale is obviously advocating for the organization to sign Josh Gordon. That's something Dwayne Haskins looks to be in favor of as well. 

Perhaps the most critical takeaway of all, though, is how Wale tackled such complex things in so few words. Can you imagine how annoying it'd be if a website wrote an entire story around his simple take? 

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Ex-Washington pass rusher Junior Galette doubles down that Red Wolves will be team's new name

Ex-Washington pass rusher Junior Galette doubles down that Red Wolves will be team's new name

While Washington's NFL franchise continues to work through the process of choosing its next team name, one former player believes the decision has already been made.

On July 12, ex-Washington pass rusher Junior Galette sent out a tweet that the franchise would be called the 'Red Wolves.' 

A few days later, Galette doubled down on his claim, responding to an NBC Sports Washington poll asking what the new name fans like the best by saying "Didn't I already tell you guys what the name is?"

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Over recent weeks, the Red Wolves moniker has gained an incredible amount of popularity. Former Washington cornerback Fred Smoot started the movement, and several prominent Washington fan accounts on social media have joined in.

Additionally, the Red Wolves would allow Washington fans to keep it's beloved 'HTTR' acronym and the Burgundy and Gold colors. The fight song could probably be saved with just a few minor changes. With Red Wolves, there's also a military connection that the team has stressed they want in the new name. 

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As it stands now, Red Wolves has all the momentum. But, does that matter to Washington owner Dan Snyder and those others in charge of deciding the new name? It's unknown.

Galette's proclamation that Red Wolves will be the team's new name has excited a lot of people on social media. For the pass rusher's sake, hopefully, he's right, or thousands of angry Washington fans will start flooding his notifications.

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