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Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder said he also would like to see the game return.
"Yes, I love it here in Fargo," Snyder said while smiling.
After doing some interviews along radio row on Friday, Snyder spoke to reporters for about 15 minutes about a variety of issues.
Snyder said he's hopeful the issues the team has with quarterback Donovan McNabb and Albert Haynesworth can be resolved and he's thinking of moving he Redskins practice facility from Virginia to either Washington, D.C. or Maryland. Snyder like most owners is in favor of a 18-game season but is mindful of player safety. He's demanding an apology from a Washington, D.C. newspaper that made some disparaging remarks about him and his wife.
Despite the bad weather this week, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said he supports the Super Bowl returning to North Texas and he's not alone.