NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Financing still has to be sorted out and the Titans and the city have to come to an agreement, but it’s likely the Titans will be playing in a new stadium by late this decade. 

I’ve been thinking about the features that are most important in a new venue and talking with some of you about them.

Some of these may qualify as no-brainers, but let’s put them all out in one place.The location for a new Tennessee Titans stadium.

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See-through concourses: These are very popular at modern baseball parks but I imagine they are the default at all new venues now. Concessions stands and bathrooms and souvenir stands and whatever else need to ring the outside of the concourses, not the inside.

If you’re up from your seat to get something or use the restroom, you should still be able to see the action to some degree.

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