As Dan Snyder mulls sites for a new football stadium, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan made it clear he is fighting to keep the NFL franchise in his state.
"We will do whatever it takes to keep them," Hogan said to the Washington Business Journal after the Capital Region Business Forum on Wednesday when asked if he supports using public funds or tax incentives to keep the Redskins playing in Maryland. “I don’t comment on private negotiations."
Spokeswoman Amelia Chasse said in a followup email that Hogan's administration "has and will continue to conduct high-level discussions with team officials, including the owner, in an effort to ensure the team remains in Maryland."