One question that comes up each season from Redskins fans is when will the team move back to Washington D.C? The team played in the District every year from 1937-1997 (when they moved from Boston to D.C). That changed when Jack Kent Cooke, then owner of the Redskins decided to have a new stadium built in Landover, Maryland.
While fans dislike many things about Fedex Field, such as the ???prison look' of all white concrete, the horrendous traffic jams, ticket / concession stand prices and the belief that moving to Maryland jinxed the teams success. One thing that is nice about Fedex Field is not having to pay the price of PSL's (personal seat licenses).
One thing many fans fail to realize is if the Redskins move back to Washington D.C, they will more than likely have to pay the price of PSL's, at least season ticket holders. Just about all current stadiums built during or after 1996 require a PSL (Baltimore, Carolina, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, New York, Houston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Seattle, St. Louis and Tennessee).