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RAIDERS DENY REPORTS OF MOVES TO OAKLAND OR BALTIMORE
Published April 5, 1995
Raiders Executive Assistant Al LoCastle denied reports that the team has told the NFL to hold off on travel plans to Southern CA as they consider an offer to play in Baltimore for the '95 season. LoCastle: "The schedules are not even out yet. How could we tell anyone not to come here when we don't even know what the schedule is?" According to today's OAKLAND TRIBUNE, "behind the scenes" efforts continue in an effort to lure the Raiders back to Oakland. LoCastle: "We used to joke, just get on the plane and by the time you get to the Rockies call us and we'll tell you whether to bend north (to Oakland) or south (to Los Angeles). But seriously, no, there's been nothing like that" (David Li, OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 4/5).