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RICHMOND, Va.  (WTVR) - We're learning more about where the Washington Redskins could hold their training camp in Richmond next summer.

Mayor Dwight Jones' steering committee met on Friday afternoon for the first time. During the meeting the group appointed Mike Frazier, the owner of the Richmond Raiders arena football team, as their chairman.

The group also narrowed down the list of potential locations to ten spots within the city limits.

CBS 6 first obtained a list of some of the potential sites last week. They included Sportsbackers Stadium, City Stadium, a group of fields near Stoney Point Fashion Park, and Bryan Park.