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GLAZERS FEEL GOOD ABOUT MEETING
Published March 2, 1995
Malcolm Glazer and his sons Joel and Bryan came away from yesterday's meeting with the NFL's Finance Committee "optimistic they will be approved to buy the Bucs" for $192M later this month. Joel Glazer: "Things went very well and we're very excited. The process is moving forward. Everything's right on track for approval at the March meeting." The committee will meet again on March 11-12 in Phoenix "prior to the annual league meeting, when it will formulate its reccommendation to Commissioner Paul Tagliabue and the owners" (Nick Pugliese, TAMPA TRIBUNE, 3/2).