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Qwest Field to CenturyLink Field?

Mar 25, 2011, 11:39 AM | Updated: Mar 27, 2011, 7:58 am

Looks like after the two companies merge, the Seahawks’ Qwest Field will eventually become CenturyLink Field. That sounds corporate but as KIRO’s Alex Silverman pointed out this morning, Fenway of Fenway Park was a realty company. That name is “time-honored.”

Besides, we’ll call it The Link. Or as someone else pointed out, The Clink. Patriots are coming? Throw ’em in The Clink.

Anyway, I don’t care if it’s Dick’s Field or Babeland Field or Tommy Bahama Field. If the Hawks win a bunch of Super Bowls, the name will be breathtaking. “Staples Center” should be lame. Except the Lakers win.

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