NFL History Lesson: The 10 Largest Stadiums of the Past

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NFL History Lesson: The 10 Largest Stadiums of the Past

Out with the old and in with the new.

NFL stadiums are just getting bigger and bigger.

In 2009, the Dallas Cowboys moved into their new home at Cowboys Stadium which seats 80,000 fans and can increase that number to 111,000 with standing room ticket sales.

This season brings another large stadium which is opening and that is the New Meadowlands Stadium (pictured while under construction) and can hold 82,566.

It is the second largest stadium in the NFL behind the Redskins' Fed-Ex Field which houses 91,704.

In lieu of the New York Jets and Giants' moving to their new home in 2010, let's take a walk down memory lane and look at the 10 largest (and demolished sans one) NFL stadiums of the past.

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