Bengals Close to Naming Rights Deal for Paul Brown Stadium

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The NFL's Cincinnati Bengals are close to finalizing a naming rights deal for Paul Brown Stadium, which would be the stadium's first name change ever since the team moved there back 1999. 

According to CBS Sports, Paul Brown Stadium has been in operation for more than two decades without having a corporate sponsor. 

Paul Brown Stadium is one of three NFL stadiums that do not currently have a corporate sponsor, the other two being the Green Bay Packers' Lambeau Field, and the Chicago Bears' Soldier Field. 

Cincinnati's owner Mike Brown is the son of Paul Brown. 

Paul Brown Stadium is owned by Hamilton County, meaning any revenue generate by a naming rights deal would go to the county and city of Cincinnati. 

The Bengals have notified Hamilton County about the potential deal. 

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