If you didn't see it already, the Washington Redskins are surveying their fans to see what they would like in a new stadium.
Their lease on their current home, FedEx Field, is not up until 2027, but Snyder and the team are already planning for a new one.
Here are the questions asked on the survey:
OK. Some good, general questions about a stadium that probably won't be built for another decade.
But, with this being the Washington Redskins, a team owned by Dan Snyder, let's include some honest questions you didn't find in this survey:
-Based on where we build this stadium (Virginia, Maryland, D.C.), are you willing to pay for a majority of it?
-How would you prefer to contribute to the building of this stadium? Cash? Check? Major Tax Increase?
-Would you be in favor of an increase price on season tickets and your PSL?
-Based on the questions we've asked you in the survey, do you realize this stadium may cost over $1 Billion?
-Did you know that the Redskins have only played at FedEx Field for 18 years?
-Have you been to RFK Stadium lately for a D.C. United game?
-Did a piece of plaster or concrete fall on you?
-Did you encounter any live animals at RFK Stadium?
-Would you like that experience at a new stadium?
-Do you like the Redskins nickname?
-If no, would you be interested in facts that support the nickname?
-Have you heard about @RedskinsFacts on Twitter?
-Did it pop up as a sponsored tweet?
-Have you ever tweeting a negative response to @RedskinsFacts?
-If so, why?
-Did you know Redskins owner, Dan Snyder, is friends with the former head of the Navajo Nation?
-If yes, do you care that Ben Shelley is seen as a sellout?
-If yes, why?
-Overall, do you like Dan Snyder?
-If no, why do you hate me...I mean, Why do you hate Mr. Snyder?
-Is it because of the way Robert Griffin III has turned out?
-Could we have done more with the picks we traded to the Rams to get RG3?
-If yes, what?
The list of questions could go on forever. But you get the point.
Washington fans (or better known as the "tax payers") will foot a good part of the bill, and Dan Snyder will still own the team and not change the name.