BTW I hate the PATS just an example
The Steelers used to play in Three Rivers Stadium. No rivers paid the Steelers any money for the use of that name. Unless the Steelers decided to name their stadium "Heinz Field" out of the goodness of their hearts and a sense of community promotion, they sold out to a company that happens to be in close proximity to the stadium. An example of the Steelers not selling out would be "Rooney Stadium" or "Knoll Field", for example.
Now, I know that corporate named stadiums still use plenty of public money, but every bit helps...
Also, I'm mainly posting this as a joke, but for the record, Wikipedia does automatically redirect from "factory of sadness" to the article on the Browns' stadium.
Uhh, the Raiders have certainly not been playing in Oakland continuously since 1966
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