BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Gov. Hogan is making moves to keep the home of the Redskins in Maryland.

The state quietly made an agreement with the National Park Service back in 2017 to re-purpose the Oxon Cove Park and Oxon Hill Farm as a future stadium site.

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The state made no announcement at the time, and local leaders were unaware of the deal.

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The 300-acre site sits across 95, from National Harbor and MGM Casino.

This comes amid speculation that the Redskins are returning home to D.C. at a proposed new sports venue where the old RFK Stadium now stands.

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