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RAMS PRESIDENT SAID ITS STILL A 3-CITY FIELD
Published September 30, 1994
Rams President John Shaw "discounted reports yesterday that has Baltimore out of the running for the Rams." Shaw, asked whether the Rams had narrowed their choices to St. Louis and Anaheim: "I don't know where those perceptions came from. We really haven't had any conversations with St. Louis for a few weeks. They're trying to come in next week, but I'm not sure whether [those meetings] will materialize." The L.A. TIMES had reported that Wednesday's NFL vote to approve the Redskins move to MD seemed to "swing the Rams' pendulum toward St. Louis" (Baltimore SUN, 9/30).