Stadium Naming Rights (and Wrongs)

I was saddened last month when I heard the news that Cleveland's Jacobs Field was being renamed Progressive Field. Not only is it impossible to make a cool nickname from Progressive ("The Prog" just sounds pretentious), but the move also means one more baseball stadium is falling to the corporate powers, who are slowly dominating the entire sports landscape. The ten teams below have all played in stadiums named after corporations. Identify the stadium the team hasn't played in.

1 of 10
Jacksonville Jaguars
Alltell Stadium
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
Qualcomm Stadium
2 of 10
Philadelphia 76'ers
Wachovia Center
Colonial Arena
First Union Center
3 of 10
Tennessee Titans
The Coliseum
Prudential Field
Adelphia Coliseum
4 of 10
Arizona Diamondbacks
Intel Field
Chase Field
Bank One Ballpark
5 of 10
Washington Redskins
Turner Arena
R.F.K. Field
FedEx Field
6 of 10
Toronto Blue Jays
SkyDome
Blue Jay Park
Rogers Centre
7 of 10
Miami Heat
American Airlines Arena
Allstate Arena
Miami Arena
8 of 10
Nashville Predators
Gaylord Entertainment Center
Nashville Arena
Music City Stadium
9 of 10
Houston Astros
Coca-Cola Park
Enron Field
Minute Maid Park
10 of 10
Carolina Panthers
Capital One Field
Ericsson Stadium
Bank of America Stadium