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RAIDERS' MOVE POSSIBILITIES ALSO ON NFL OWNERS' AGENDA?
Published April 4, 1995
According to USA TODAY's Danny Sheridan, the Raiders could be headed for Baltimore for the '95 season. Sheridan reports that owner Al Davis has told opponents not to make travel plans to L.A., "that the Raiders won't be playing this preseason and regular season in Los Angeles. He's told the league his first choice is Baltimore." Sheridan says Davis' second choice "may be Oakland." Sheridan: "I don't think Al's bluffing, because he's unlikely to get that new stadium in Los Angeles." NFL Dir of Communications Greg Aiello says he hasn't heard the rumors of the Raiders move to either city, but adds: "In our April 12 meeting to discuss the Rams, the Raiders' situation is likely to also be discussed, as it has been. The big problem is the NFL's presence in Los Angeles" (Rudy Martzke, USA TODAY, 4/4).