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BENGALS A "NICE FIT" FOR BALTIMORE?
Published April 14, 1995
Maryland Stadium Authority Chair John Moag says the Bengals would be "a nice fit" for Baltimore, and that he hopes to speak with Bengals President & GM Mike Brown soon. Brown, likewise, said "he likes Baltimore." Brown: "(Baltimore) has a small window of opportunity and I'm aware of it. This (stadium issue) is coming into focus quickly. There are going to be opportunities." Moag says he wants a commitment from a team by this fall, before legislation for stadium funding can be "shut off" in next year's legislative session (Geoff Hobson, CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 4/14). Meanwhile, in Cincinnati, columnist Paul Daugherty writes, "Does the business community care enough to save the Bengals? Does anyone? You wonder." Daugherty notes, "When Mike Brown stops seeking local solutions to his stadium problem, everyone will know. There will be no changing his mind" (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 4/14).