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MARYLAND'S RAMS HOPES TAKE A HIT
Published September 23, 1994
MD Gov. William Donald Schaefer said that a recent meeting with Rams officials "left him less optimistic that the team will move to Baltimore." Schaefer cited many "obstacles," most notably the opposition from NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue and Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke. Schaefer: "The Rams know that Baltimore would be a great market, but you've got a Marylander [Tagliabue] against us. St. Louis is our main rival and Tagliabue supports them over us" (Jon Morgan, Baltimore SUN, 9/23).