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RAMS RELOCATION DECISION ISN'T EXPECTED FOR ANOTHER MONTH
Published November 2, 1994
FANS Inc. Chair Thomas Eagleton said yesterday that the Rams will most likely wait until December 1 to decide whether to stay put or relocate to either St. Louis or Baltimore. Eagleton said that he will make several trips to L.A. to meet with Rams officials before the final decision is made: "Body language is important" (R.B. Fallstrom, AP/L.A. TIMES, 11/2). NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said that there has been no discussion at the league meetings about the Rams' potential move (Leonard Shapiro, WASHINGTON POST, 11/2).