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Published December 12, 1994
A WASHINGTON POST editorial this morning urges the approval of a new downtown stadium, saying the "opportunity must not be squandered by narrow-minded decision makers putting impossible squeezes on anyone seeking to do business here (WASHINGTON POST, 12/12)....Browns Owner Art Modell on Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones' expansion plans: "I'd like to see an upper deck on the top of Texas Stadium. If you buy a seat up there, the game will be a rumor" (MIAMI HERALD, 12/11)....Patriots Owner Robert Kraft: "I'm committed to keeping the team in Massachusetts, unless it comes to a point someday where it is impossible for our team to compete. This is my goal. And I think right now that goal needs tremendous cooperation between the public and the private sectors" (Will McDonough, BOSTON GLOBE, 12/10). ....The Cardinals switch to grass at Busch Stadium will cost more than $3M (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 12/11).