It doesn’t seem like Mayor Vincent Gray’s plan of bringing the Redskins back to the city of Washington is as far along as some may have thought.
“Nobody wants to bring out anything that is half baked to a community,” Gray said to, well, the community. He was speaking to a several hundred residents who gathered to hear about plans for Reservation 13, the area around RFK Stadium. Gray is trying to get those plans to include a new training facility for the Redskins, who currently train in Virginia and play in Maryland.
According to the City Paper, Gray said that he hasn’t even talked to Redskins officials much about the possibility of moving the team’s headquarters to D. C.
So we have a plan that is not very far along combined with not much conversation with the party that would have to commit to investing millions of dollars to make it happen.
Sounds like it would need a lot more time in the oven to make it to half baked to me.