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RAMS MEET WITH ANAHEIM GROUP -- STADIUM DISCUSSED
Published December 1, 1994
The Anaheim group trying to keep the Rams in Orange County met yesterday with Rams President John Shaw "for more than two hours" at the club's practice facility. Save the Rams Co-Chairs Leigh Steinberg and Anaheim Mayor Tom Daly said the main topic of discussion was the "possibility of building a stadium" for the team. Steinberg: "Essentially, Mayor Daly outlined a willingness of Anaheim to explore the concept of a new football stadium." When asked of Shaw's response, Steinberg said Shaw wished the discussion wasn't occurring in late November, as the team has moved forward in their negotiations with St. Louis, but that he "appeared interested." Steinberg said he remained hopeful to keep the team in CA, despite daily reports that a move is "imminent" (Jim Thomas, ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 12/1).