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BAGS ARE PACKED BUT JETS STILL ON THE RUNWAY
Published May 11, 1995
Jets Owner Barry Shenkarow is still considering offers from two bidders seeking to bring the team to MN. L.A. sports marketing exec Scott Nederlander was reportedly returning to L.A. after a meeting with Shenkarow yesterday afternoon. Health care entrepreneur Richard Burke also confirmed yesterday that he had submitted an offer for the team, and was awaiting a response. Nederlander "seems to have put some crimps in the sale process," as it is "unclear what his resources are" and his ties to the area. However, in an interview with the STAR TRIB, Nederlander said he would definitely bring the team to the Twin Cities (Jay Weiner, Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 5/11).