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BROWN TO VISIT BALTIMORE; FOLLOWING AL'S SECRET VISIT
Published June 2, 1995
Bengals President Mike Brown "probably will visit Baltimore to see what's available," because he's "worried more now than ever" about his chances of keeping his team in Cincinnati, according to Jon Morgan in this morning's Baltimore SUN. Morgan reports that Brown will be "following in the footsteps" of Raiders Owner Al Davis, who secretly visited the city in early May. Davis reportedly met with Orioles Owner Peter Angelos and had discussions about a local group led by Angelos buying a 40% share in the Raiders (Baltimore SUN, 6/2).