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EAGLETON DISMISSES RAMS TALK OF LOVING L.A.
Published December 14, 1994
FANS Inc. point-man Tom Eagleton isn't concerned by comments from Rams President John Shaw that the team could remain in Anaheim. Shaw stated on Monday the team may sign a short-term lease in Anaheim to see if the league will come through on a proposal to build a football-only stadium in the area. Eagleton: "The league, in all fairness, is not going to build a $300M stadium in California and then say to the Bears who want a new stadium, 'No, we can't build you one'" (Bernie Miklasz, ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 12/14).