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The Washington Redskins will move their preseason training camp to Richmond beginning next summer.
Sources close to the negotiation who were not authorized to speak publically before an official announcement tell AP a site for the camp has not yet been determined.
The Redskins will keep their corporate headquarters in Loudoun County. They will expand Redskins Park, their full-time training facility.
Loudoun County Board of Supervisors member Scott York says officials are pleased the headquarters and practice facility will remain in the county.
An official announcement was expected later Wednesday.
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The Washington Redskins say they will hold preseason training camp in Richmond beginning next summer.
Redskins general manager Bruce Allen and Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's office made the announcement Wednesday.
No site in Richmond for the two-a-day practices has been selected.
The Redskins will keep their corporate headquarters in Loudoun County in northern Virginia and...
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