The Houston Texans would reportedly like to turn the old home of the Houston Oilers into a large open space.
According to the Houston Chronicle, the Texans and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo have proposed knocking down the Astrodome, leaving an outdoor space to be used for a variety of events, including concerts. The proposed changes would cost $66 million, per the Chronicle.
The Astrodome is adjacent to NRG Stadium (formerly Reliant Stadium), the home of the Texans.
The Oilers played in the now-condemned Astrodome from 1968 through 1996.
According to the Chronicle, any decision on the future of the dome would fall to the Harris County (Tx.) Commissioners Court.