A new name for Denver’s Mile High Stadium is still up for grabs.
Another deadline passed Monday night to put another name on the stadium.
The naming rights went up for auction after Sports Authority filed for bankruptcy in March.
The cost to take over the last five years of the contract is $19 million.
Sports Authority has control of the name until Monday.
At that point, the Metropolitan Football District, which owns the stadium, can tear up the existing contract and start over.
"That would be an opportunity for the district to go out to seek a new naming rights partner," Monica Mendoza with the Denver Business Journal said. "It would also be an opportunity for them to re-negotiate the contract.”
That new deal would likely last at least 10 years and make a lot more money.
Money made from naming rights is used to help make improvements at the stadium.