Which NFL Stadiums Have Natural Grass?

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Many NFL stadiums are sticking with natural grass instead of hybrid choices. Although more durable, synthetic grass can give players an unnatural feeling while playing. The teams that still use natural grass are: San Francisco, Oakland, San Diego, Arizona, Kansas City, Cleveland, Green Bay, Chicago, Houston, Miami, Washington, Philadelphia, Denver, Jacksonville, Carolina, Tampa Bay, and Pittsburgh.
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Currently, the surface in 18 out of 31 NFL stadiums consist of various types of natural grass. In some cases a hybrid method is used where artificial fibers are introduced in the
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Sun Devil Stadium (Cardinals) Ravens' Stadium, Ericsson Stadium (Panthers) Soldier
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Cardinals Stadium in Glendale, AZ for the NFL Arizona Cardinals uses real grass! So is the grass at Busch Stadium for the MLB St. Louis Cardinals!
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San Francisco. Oakland. San Diego. Arizona. Kansas City. Cleveland. Green Bay. Chicago. Houston. Miami. Washington. Philly. Denver. Jacksonville. Carolina. Tampa Bay. Pittsburgh.
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