Cincinnati Bengals officially moving to Kentucky 2018/19

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Cincinnati Bengals officially moving to Kentucky 2018/19

With the MLB at the All Star Break and NBA Offseason upon us, Mike Brown said "The timing just felt right to make the announcement"
With rumors of the move abound December of 2016, Mike Brown has issued an official statement and the rumors are true; The Bengals are Kentucky bound. "The 2017 / 18 season will be the closing chapter in the Bengals Cincinnati era" dating back to 1966.
Mike Brown continued to say that the move is in part "to be closer to their core fan base."
The Perry County Zoning and Planning committee have finalized location and the funding is in place to begin construction on a new stadium in Hazard, KY and will be completed by the 2018 NFL Season.
Mike Brown goes on to say "There will be changes, but we will maintain our core franchise values and traditions with an updated and modern focus and vision geared toward the current and future state of the NFL."
CIN taxpayers will still fund a large portion of the expense. The team will maintain and continue their close relationship with Krogers.
The most obvious change will be to the team name. Once the annex is complete, the team will be known as the "Hazard Kentucky Who Deys"
The colors and stripes will remain, but all merchandising will reflect the updated name and have a bit more Southern flare (Think NASCAR and rebel flags) "better suited for the good folks along the Ohio River borders."

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