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SBD/16/Leagues Governing Bodies
ALL THE NON-RAMS NEWS FROM THE NFL LEAGUE MEETINGS
Published March 16, 1995
The Lions and Cowboys will continue to host their traditional Thanksgiving Day games. A proposal by Chiefs Owner Lamar Hunt never came to a vote. There is "no assurance" the game will stay in Detroit after next season, but the team believes "enough support was gained to keep the game in Detroit for the foreseeable future" (DETROIT NEWS, 3/16).... "They may go kicking and screaming," but the 49ers are expected to comply with the league's request that they play the Broncos in Tokyo on August 6. The teams are already scheduled to play in the exhibition opener. Most likely, they will have to play back-to- back, with the 49ers in Denver on July 29 (Ira Miller, S.F. CHRONICLE, 3/16).