Redskins left a Robert Griffin III jersey in new stadium rendering

Tuesday March 15th, 2016

The Redskins are hoping to move out of FedEx Field and into a new stadium in the not-too-distant future and the team has recently shared some renderings of what the new facility will look like, made by the Danish design team at the Big Bjarke Ingels Group.

The big new was that the team hopes to have a moat, which feels both ridiculous and kind of awesome, especially in this photo of moat hockey.

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There is another smaller detail that is turning some heads though, as one picture features the jersey of the team’s divisive former quarterback, Robert Griffin III.

The transparent moat-defended orb is likely not coming to fruition this decade, as Washington’s current lease with FedEx Field extends until 2027 according to The Washington Post.

UPDATE: The Redskins decided this mistake required immediate action and removed the RGIII jersey.

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