NBA’s brothers plumbing team gets ‘Redskins’ logo deal

NFL teams are getting some help from one of the league’s biggest sponsors: the Philadelphia Phillies.

According to a report by the Associated Press, Philadelphia Phillies owner Art Modell will pay the team’s owner, John Mara, $1.1 million to help with its branding.

Modell and Mara have been trying to get a deal done for years.

They have tried to reach a deal with the league for several years but have been unable to reach an agreement.

The team’s logo, a red and blue “Redskin” with a blue and white “Skins” logo, has been in use since 1968.

It has been the most popular logo in NFL history.

The Phillies are owned by owner Peter Angelos and have won three World Series titles.

The team has also won four pennants, including two in the 1960s.

In addition to the logo, the Phillies have used their own logo on its jerseys since 1966, as well as the team crest.