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NFL's Titans stadium has new name for 2015 and beyond

LP Field will be rechristened Nissan Stadium for at least 20 years. (Source: WAFF file) LP Field will be rechristened Nissan Stadium for at least 20 years. (Source: WAFF file)
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When Tennessee Titans fans head to Nashville to root for their franchise, it will have a new name for the first time in 10 years. 

It will no longer be LP Field as of this fall. The new name: Nissan Stadium. 

The news was first reported by NFL.com and the Tennessean newspaper. 

Nissan and the franchise announced the new 20-year naming rights agreement earlier this week. 

LP Field had previously been the namesake for the last 10 years.

New signage at the stadium will be installed in the coming weeks, in time for the 2015 season.

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