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Redskins will honor training camp contract with Richmond

RICHMOND, Va. – Washington Redskins President Bruce Allen said the Redskins plans to honor the rest of their contract with the City of Richmond.

Allen confirmed to the Richmond Times-Dispatch Thursday in Atlanta that the camp will stay in Richmond in 2019 and 2020.

A report released earlier this month by VCU stated that it will take the city another three years to break even on the project.

Additionally, city leaders told WTVR CBS 6 that they will not pay for the Redskins to come back to Richmond.

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